Join the Marin Master Gardeners for a series of lectures about the ancient practice of growing food plants with flowers and other ornamentals in a landscape.
Now you can have your gorgeous garden and eat it too! Even if you have limited space you can still enjoy growing edibles in containers or vertically. Learn how by growing fruit, vegetables, salad greens and herbs, you can save hundreds of dollars a year, eat better tasting food and help the environment at the same time.
The 1st of these lectures is Introduction to Edible Landscaping presented by Vicki Joslin and Toni Gattone and be on Wednesday, February 27 at noon in the Civic Center Library.
Other topics in the series include:
Design Your Edible Landscaping – Wednesday, March 20 at noon, Civic Center Library
How to Grow Great Tomatoes – Friday, April 5 at noon, Civic Center Library
Know Your Soil and How to Care for It – Wednesday, April 10 at noon, Civic Center Library
What, When and How to Plant Your Edible Landscaping – Wednesday, May 1 at noon, Civic Center Library
Maintaining Your Edible Landscaping – Wednesday, May 22 at noon, Civic Center Library
If you have any questions about these free programs, please call the Library Reference Desk at 415-473-6058.
Image used courtesy of Rosalind Creasy from her book Edible Landscaping.