I’m thinking about spring gardening waaaay ahead of schedule, and I’m not even really a gardener! However, I have a yard and a little tiny strip of an herb/tomato garden. I have a woodchuck. Despite inspiration from Margaret at A Way to Garden, all I’ve been able to figure out is that I need to not plant tomatoes this year to give the ground a rest. And if I plant parsley and lettuce I’m just feeding the woodchuck.
Spring Gardening Day, hosted by the The Master Gardener Program of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia & Greene Counties, is happening Saturday, April 14, 2012.
There will be 16 classes in 3 90-minute sessions. Some of the classes I’m thinking about are:
- Gardening with Herbs
- Shade Gardening with Native & non-Native plants
- Vegetable Gardening for 2012
- How to be a Healthy and Happy Gardener Gardening Without Aches, Pains & Injury (hello!)
Pre-paid registration is due by Tuesday, April 3 (that’s practically now!). The fee is $25 for the day or $10 per session (per person). You can find more information here.
- Spring Gardening Day
- Saturday, April 14, 2012
- 9:00am – 2:30pm
- Columbia-Greene Community College