WCE Wilton Continuing Education

Introduction to Vegetable Gardening

  • Thursday: 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
  • 3/10 – 3/17
  • Sessions: 2
10 Seats Available

Description

In these two sessions, learn the basics of organic vegetable gardening from planning to the importance of location, soil, and watering to ensure success. We’ll discuss how to grow popular vegetables like tomatoes, cucumbers, beans, root vegetables, lettuces, and more. Learn which you can easily start from seed and which you may want to purchase from a local farm or nursery. The benefits of succession planting and crop rotation will also be covered. Tips for growing in beds or in containers will be discussed as well as common pests, diseases, and how to control them. 

New instructor, Leslie Hinshaw is a Home Vegetable Garden Consultant and owner of Garden for Good, helping her clients design and manage their vegetable gardens. Learn more about Leslie here.

A materials fee, payable to the instructor at the first class, is $5.

If circumstances change and this class is taught through Zoom, please ensure your device supports this platform before registering. Click here for more information.



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Fees

  • Class Fee $70
Total: $70
Note: Class is Closed