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Learn how to optimize use of your patio or garden space to grow your own fruitful garden!
Do you know the difference between an annual and perennial? What about determinate and indeterminate tomatoes? In this workshop, you will learn garden basics, and how to build and maintain biodiversity in your garden. We will focus on using garden design and plant selection techniques to create bountiful harvests and habitats that support local, beneficial bird and insect species. With information on site mapping, charting sun and shade paths, seasonal plantings, and mixing edibles with pollinator-friendly plants, you will leave equipped to get your springtime garden growing! All levels of garden skill are welcome.
To learn more about this class or to reserve your spot today, click here or call us at (949) 854-5500.
By participating in this program you are supporting The Ecology Center’s Backyard Skills workshops, which encourages people to be part of the solution by teaching them the building blocks to have a sustainable culture.
$12 minimum fee per person, whatever you pay is paid forward. All funds collected support The Ecology Center in San Juan Capistrano.