Barb Kline from the Penn State Master Gardener Program will be at the Library on Tuesday, June 13th at 7pm to talk about Vegetable Gardening.
Growing your own food is one of the most satisfying forms of gardening. In today’s economy, many are now turning to their backyard vegetable plots to lessen high grocery bills. Vegetable gardening provides the opportunity to select the varieties you like. It provides your family with fresh produce that is free from harmful pesticides.
This class will cover the basics of planning your vegetable garden, preparing the soil selecting plant and seed varieties (including hybrids and heirlooms), starting plants from seed, planting, tending your plants, troubleshooting problems, harvesting, extending the season, getting the most out of small plots, and putting the garden to bed for the winter.
The presentation is 45 minutes long and there will be time after for questions.
Registration is required. Please call the Library at 412-563-4552, email the Library at email@example.com or drop us a message through Facebook.