2019 Workshop Schedule
Saturdays 10:30 - 12:30
March 30 Making the Most
Your Garden Space
Master Gardener Food Gardening
Specialists will discuss creative approaches to
container and row planting, vertical gardening, and
berry gardens. Learn how to use raised beds, wine
barrels, mounds, bathtubs, and even toilets for your
food gardening. Bring your garden hat and gloves for
April 13 Tomato Workshop
There is a good
reason why tomatoes are the most popular
in home food gardens. Sonoma County Master
Gardeners Susan Roth, Susan Shaw and Elaine
Walter will teach you how to grow the tastiest, most
beautiful tomatoes in your neighborhood.
APRIL 27 SPRING PLANT SALE!
9 AM - 2 PM
June 8 Firewise Landscape:
What CanYou Do Now?
How can you make your home safer
with common sense DIY measures? Learn about
creating defensible space, reducing fire ladders, and
reducing wildfire risk on your property. Presented
by Master Gardener Dennis Przybycien. Dennis is a
retired research chemist with degrees in Chemistry and
Horticulture. In addition to his workshop on the Firewise
Landscape, he presents workshops on grape growing,
home wine making and minimum impact farming
August 3 Fall and Winter Gardening
August is the time to plant such vegetables as onions,
garlic, leeks, carrots, broccoli, and greens. Learn about
timing, seeding vs starts, fall/winter harvesting vs
overwintering, and some unusual tasty winter greens.
Presented by Master Gardener Food Gardening
Workshops shall be held in the Sanctuary of
Christ Church United Methodist, 1717 Yulupa Av.
The March 30th and August 3rd workshops may be
held in the Harvest for the Hungry Garden
behind the church, weather permitting.