Growing Vegetables and Fruits in a Coastal Garden
Date: April 15, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Contact: Lyngso Garden Materials
Sponsor: Master Gardeners of San Mateo & San Francisco
Despite the cold and fog, coastal gardeners can still grow a bounty of produce all year long. Learn what to plant this spring and throughout the year for a continuous harvest of fruits and veggies.
Topics to be covered include:
- * Evaluating and creating a growing space
- * Which plants will thrive and which plants will struggle in coastal conditions
- * When to plant what
- * Harvesting and crop rotation
- * What to do when you encounter challenges like pests and diseases
Bring your questions and a fondness for home grown food!
Presenter UC Master Gardener Meghan Stobbe: Meghan is a professional landscape gardener and a UC Master Gardener. She writes a monthly gardening column for the Half Moon Bay Review and Pacifica Magazine. Her blog, Notes From a Sunset Garden, chronicles her adventures growing food, keeping bees, and raising chickens along the Peninsula’s cold and foggy coastline.
Directions: Highway 101, Holly Street exit, Redwood Shores exit, left at Shoreway Road (stop light). The Lyngso first driveway is the entry for trucks, the second driveway is for outgoing vehicles, and the third driveway is the customer parking lot. After you enter the sales office, the classroom is to your right at the end of the hallway.
This presentation is FREE but registration is required.
Space fills up quickly!
Registration will be available 3-4 weeks prior to the event.