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Jun 17 Gardening Workshop #4:  Easy Wins: Quick-growing Vegetables from Seed to Table

Jun 17 Gardening Workshop #4: Easy Wins: Quick-growing Vegetables from Seed to Table

 

Do you want to grow healthy food right in your own backyard?  Interested in saving money on grocery bills?  Want to get your family eating more vegetables?

With Covid-19 keeping us close to home these days, gardening is on the minds of many.  Join us for this 7-session workshop series on successful gardening from seed to table!

Join us for Workshop 4 of 7: Easy wins: quick-growing vegetables from seed to table

With gardening expert and author Elizabeth Peirce

Thursday June 17th, 7-8:30pm

$17.00/workshop  REGISTER

 

In this workshop you will learn about:

-The best low-maintenance vegetables to grow in a home garden

-Exciting new varieties of vegetables and herbs you can grow with ease

-Tips for preparing your homegrown veggies in dishes you will love!

Your instructor:

Halifax-based Elizabeth Peirce is the author of Grow Hope and You Can Too! Canning, Pickling and Preserving the Maritime Harvest (Nimbus, 2013) and Grow Organic: A Simple Guide to Nova Scotia Vegetable Gardening (Nimbus, 2010), winner of the 2011 APMA Best Atlantic Published Book Award. She has appeared as a guest on CBC Radio’s Main Street and Maritime Noon, News 95.7’s The Weekend Gardener, and on CTV’s Breakfast Television, talking about her passion for growing and preserving our own food. She writes regular articles on home canning for Lee Valley Tools, and is hard at work on an online course showing people how to preserve more of their own food. Visit her at elizabethpeirce.ca

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