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2018 Workshop Schedule
    Saturdays 10:30 - 12:30                                                         

April 7   Growing Tomatoes 
Come to the garden to learn more about the most
popular plant in the California veggie garden. The
Master Gardener FGS* return to share their thoughts
on growing tomatoes in general and list their 
suggestions for the early & late cherry varieties.

May 25   Spring / Summer Gardening
How do you achieve year-round gardening success?
 Master Gardener FGS discuss the principles involved -
such as succession planting and dealing with pests.
It all begins with nutritious soil.  There will
be a hands-on demonstration of soil preparation
for new plantings.

August 25   Fall / Winter Gardening
What happens in the garden as the days get shorter?
Master Gardener FGS will discuss planting for fall
 vs. early spring harvest, including plant selection
and weather changes.

November 10  Growing Bulbs
How to create a beautiful spring garden with bulbs
either in the ground or in pots on the patio.

January 12, 2019  Winter Fruit Tree Pruning
It’s the time of year to do your winter fruit
tree pruning. If you look at your tree and say,
“Where do I start?” or if you just need some pointers,
 the Garden invites you to attend a workshop presented
 by Don Hourigan, arborist.

*Note FGS = Food Gardening Specialists


Questions about Workshops: 484-3613


Harvest for the Hungry Garden ~ 1717 Yulupa Avenue ~ Santa Rosa, CA 95405

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