Are you Interested in Learning and Growing Vegetables Together?
A series of five free gardening classes where we will work and learn together in the classroom and the community garden in the East End Garden District. For more information please visit: www.turnerfarm.org
To Register Contact:
Peter Huttinger, Turner Farm Community Garden Program
Sunday, April 19, 1:30 - 3:30pm
Gardening for Health & Self - Class 1
An introduction to the basic ecology of organic/biological gardening, plant anatomy and growing fruits and vegetables for flavor and health.
Sunday, April 26, 1:30 - 3:30pm
Cultivating a Healthy Garden - Class 2
An introduction to seed starting and transplanting, garden bed design, testing and amending soil, working with compost and how to water a garden.
Sunday, May 3, 1:30 - 3:30pm
Gardening in Partnership with Nature - Class 3
Learn how to develop garden planning skills - what to grow, succession planting and crop rotation, dealing with garden pests, understanding a garden's relationship to its surrounding ecosystem, and using natural garden management practices.
Sunday, May 31, 1:30 - 3:30pm
Create Your Garden Plan - Class 4
Learn when and how to harvest, an introduction to storing and preserving your harvest, field and kitchen practices, creating a basic garden plan and how it can be applied to a home garden or community garden.
Sunday, June 7, 1 - 4pm
Garden Practicum - Class 5
Get down and dirty - an opportunity to put what you learned in classes 1 through 4 to work! We will work and learn together at the Turner Farm community garden in the East End Garden District - our "living textbook.
Instructor & Location
Instructor: Peter Huttinger
Location: Carnegie Center of Columbia Tusculum
3738 Eastern Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45226
One Small Garden is a raised garden bed and storage shed, cabin and tiny house dealer in Cincinnati, Ohio.