Gatherings in the Garden: Tomatoes, 4/10/2021 – 10:00 AM -11:00 AM
Join us on Saturday, April 10th, for the next session in our popular online Gatherings in the Garden educational series!
With this presentation, we continue our theme of vegetable gardening by focusing on the venerable tomato.
The tomato is the most popular garden vegetable crop. It comes in a wide range of sizes, shapes, and colors. All gardeners can be successful in growing tomatoes! This presentation will address the origins of the vegetable and discuss best practices for growing and enjoying tomatoes.
Pat Koch has been a Master Gardener since 2008. Pat is a retired mathematics teacher, having taught at all levels. She also does a great impersonation of Pythagoras! Pat’s gardens included her favorites: irises, roses, redbud trees, and fothergilla! As a Master Gardener Volunteer, Pat is the chairperson for the Speakers Bureau and enjoys working with county residents of all ages, as they learn more about good soil and great plants.
Our Gatherings in the Garden sessions will be held on the second and fourth Saturdays, now through the end of the year, from 10:00 – 11:00 AM.
Master Gardeners will receive one CE for their participation.
Upcoming sessions include:
- Vegetable Series: Container Vegetable Gardening with Christine Harris, 4/24
- Vegetable Series: Heirloom Vegetables and Flowers with Deb Osgood, 5/8
- Herbs with Hedy Westra, 5/22
- Rain Gardens with TBD, 6/12
- Managing pests in the vegetable garden without chemicals with Don Landek, 6/26
Please follow this link to register:
Note: Registration will close on Friday, April 9th at 4:00 PM to guarantee all paid registrants receive the Zoom link in time for Saturday’s session.
Information on how to connect to the online webinar will be sent to all registrants on Friday, April 9th, after 4:00 PM.
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Programs will be presented by members of the Library Committee and the Speakers’ Bureau.
MGVs will receive one CE for this webinar