Classes

Garden Education Classes

Classes are free for our Community Gardeners.

We suggest a small donation for attendees.

Please direct any questions to Tara at Gardens1@capitalroots.org.

Organic Gardening 101 – April 6th at 5:30PM

Even if this isn’t your first year in the garden, it’s always good practice to brush up on the basics.  This class will help you get your garden started successfully and will keep you on track with important information on planting times, garden layout, maintenance, and soil health. By planning ahead, understanding what problems you might face and solutions that will work, you’ll have confidence in tackling and overcoming common garden issues throughout the growing season.

RSVP by email to our healthy communities director, Tara.

Sow What Now – April 7th at 5:30PM via Zoom

Two of the most important aspects of gardening are knowing when to plant and what to plant in your vegetable or flower garden. However, it can be difficult to know the exact time to begin planting in order for a garden to fully flourish throughout the growing season. This class will explore growing schedules for your garden!

RSVP by email to our healthy communities director, Tara.

Sow What Now – May 5th at 5:30PM via Zoom

Two of the most important aspects of gardening are knowing when to plant and what to plant in your vegetable or flower garden. However, it can be difficult to know the exact time to begin planting in order for a garden to fully flourish throughout the growing season. This class will explore growing schedules for your garden!

RSVP by email to our healthy communities director, Tara.

Know to Grow: Carol’s Cutting Garden: Bring on the Blooms! – May 15th at 11:00AM @ 11th and Eagle Garden

Learn about the benefits of adding flowers to your vegetable garden, from attracting pollinators to repelling pests, improving crop yields and more! We’ll introduce you to some of these flower powerhouses in the gardens where they grow.

RSVP by email to our healthy communities director, Tara.

Gentle Yoga for Gardeners – May 20th at 6:00PM @ TBD

RSVP by email to our healthy communities director, Tara.