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Garden School #9 Intro to Perennial Vegetables

Garden School #9  Intro to Perennial Vegetables

Brand new to growing food?  Already gardening but want to improve your techniques?  Have lots of experience and willing to share?  Join us!

New and experienced gardeners are invited to join The Resilience Hub for its first season of "Garden School" modules in Portland.  Each of the 12 modules will focus on a specific gardening topic in easily accessible and "digestible" chunks.  Together we willcreate a shared space for newer, intermediate as well as experienced gardeners to learn and share.  Sessions happen every two weeks starting in March; attend one, some or all!

All sessions will convene at 6:30 pm so that participants can share potluck food (bring a dish/beverage to share and your own potluck kit consisting of bowl/utensils/cup/napkin).  Main topic will commence at 7:00 pm and run for 60-90 minutes depending on discussion time.  Handouts will be provided.

Some modules will be facilitated by experienced Resilience Hub folks, while others will feature a guest lecturer/facilitator.  This series is grounded in organic methods and the use of good permaculture design skills.


Space is limited to ensure a quality learning experience!

Garden School #9  Intro to Perennial Vegetables

Now that your annual garden is underway, we will have a session to introduce the concept of perennial vegetables (vegetables that yield food for three or more seasons) that you  may want to consider adding to your garden in the future.  There are a few dozen perennial vegetables that are suitable to our climate.

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  • Arthur F.

    can't wait to try growing some edible perennials.

    July 2, 2014

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