Fresh Veggies during Winter? Can you Dig it?
Learn how to grow your own all year around during program Tuesday at the Forest Park Public Library.
"Plant a radish. Get a radish. Never any doubt. That's why I love vegetables;
You know what you're about!" The Fantasticks.
There'll never be any doubt what you'll get during Tuesday's program on how to grow your own fresh, edible stuff all year around.
The session, at 7 p.m. at the Forest Park Public Library, will help you learn how to build a container garden so you can harvest and eat organic greens.
Debbie Kong, an Advanced Master Gardener and volunteer with the Forest Park Community Garden, will discuss which cool-weather crops to sow and plant and how to make an inexpensive low tunnel hoop house or mini-green house.
Just about everything needed for that winter salad will sprout: lettuce, kale, spinach, mustard greens, carrots, onions and more.
Registration is required. The library is located at 7555 Jackson Blvd.
Call 708-366-7171 for more information.