Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Growing through the winter

Learn tricks for growing veggies and herbs through the winter at the Campbell Community Garden.

Join Sarah Smith (The Gardensmith Landscape Design and Campbell Garden director) at a winter growing class, this Sunday, October 19th, at  2pm

At the class you will learn what has and has not worked for us in our Milwaukie area garden, how to build a simple, inexpensive, cover to protect plants through at least the milder parts of winter, and how to get a jump on spring growing. The class will include handouts and a tour of the garden.
The Campbell Garden, Winter 2013. Soon after this snow storm, we harvested kale, chard, and lettuce!
We are entering our third winter gardening at the Campbell Community Garden and are looking forward to applying what we have learned in past seasons to an excellent winter harvest in 2015. Through our Harvest Sharing Program, we have donated 1,324 pounds of produce from the garden this year; we probably won't meet our goal of 2,000 pounds before December 31st, however we may be close!

Winter Growing Class
  • Sunday October  19th
  • 2pm to 3pm, (Stay after to help plant kale in our Harvest Sharing Garden)
  • At the Campbell Community Garden (park at SE 47th & Adams Street and walk down the alley)
  • This class will be held rain or shine -winter gardening can be wet!
  • If you want to sit, please bring a folding chair.
  • Free with a suggested donation of one packet of seeds (radish, carrot, and cilantro seeds are most needed), or a roll of Velcro plant tie, jute twine, or blank plant tags, or a jar of peanut butter for our neighborhood food drive. 

RSVP's are requested, please click here to fill out our RSVP form.

Questions? call Sarah Smith 503-653-0015





1 comment:

  1. The greenhouse design is a great design by their inventor; they had made such a great tools for us to doing smart gardening. The greenhouse design is sufficient for capturing and storing the heat from the sunlight and keeps the pressure of air and heat of light constant for the growing plant.

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