Our first “Good Gardening” workshop of the season will help you have gardening success this year by showing you how to create the number one contributor to healthy and productive plants: a healthy growing environment.
“It’s really no mystery what contributes to healthy, productive plants,” says John Moulton, owner of Moulton Farm. “It’s your growing environment. What’s in your soil, what isn’t there, what the light conditions are, and how much water your garden or containers get is what really determines how productive your plants are. If your plants are getting too much nutrition or water, you’re going to have issues. If they aren’t getting enough, you’ll have issues.”
John will share his decades of experience to guide new and experienced gardeners through how to have a growing environment that results in plants producing vegetables and blooms. Learn how to care for your soil, when and how to fertilize and when not to, and watering practices that support healthy plants and discourage plant diseases and pests.
This is a FREE workshop and is suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. No pre-registration is necessary, but signing up at this link will help us prepare enough materials for the event.