University of Maryland Extension

Small space vegetable gardens: How to get a lot from a little

 2015 Master Gardeners Lecture Series
Monday, Jun. 1, 2015 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Baltimore County Center for MD Agriculture
University of MD Extension
1114 Shawan Road
Cockeysville, MD 21030
United States
Chrissa Carlson

Small space vegetable gardens: How to get a lot from a little
Growing your own food doesn’t have to require acres of land. With a little sunlight and the proper guidance, even apartment-dwellers can experience homegrown goodness. Even if you have abundant space, growing more from a smaller area means you’re doing less work and disturbing less soil. This lecture will discuss techniques for small-space vegetable gardening, including tips for container gardening, succession planting, and planning intensive production.

Chrissa Carlson, an experienced gardening educator who has supported the cultivation of a local diet as an Extension educator, a school teacher, a business owner, and a nonprofit leader. Chrissa currently serves as the Executive Director of Friends of Great Kids Farm. She will also have a variety of completed examples.

$15 individually, $10 for Master Gardeners
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