Ignore The Cold & Snow - Start Planning For Your Spring Garden And Landscaping Now
With the recent arctic air and snow, spring seems a long way off, but now is the time to start planning your garden and deciding how to get the best use of your landscape this year.
Here to discuss planning your spring vegetable garden and to answer your landscape questions are Carriage House Farm Garden Manager Kate Cook; and Turner Farm Adult Education Director Melinda O'Briant.
On Saturday, February 27, the Hayfields Orchard will host a workshop on how to prune and successfully grow fruits in our region. Workshops are open to the public but limited to 25 participants. For details and registration information, click here.
The Turner Farm Community Garden Program is offering a series of five free gardening classes for home and community gardeners. For information on that series and other upcoming gardening classes at Turner Farms, click here.
A free presentation, "Creating a Bird-Friendly Yard," will be held on Saturday February 27 from 1:00-2:30 at the Civic Garden Center at 2715 Reading Road. RSVP is required, email Gala Erland at Gala.Erland@msj.edu or call 513-244-4411. For more information, click here.