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Sunday, May 19, 2 PM Building 69 Conference Room
How to Grow Herbs: presenter Adriann Musson
Learn how to successfully grow herbs for cooking, gardening pleasure etc. We will be covering the basics of soil preparation, watering, and picking herbs.
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Sunday, May 5, 2 PM at the FBGA North Gazebo in the community garden
Lasagna Gardening: presenter Marilyn Johnson
Make double duty out of your gardening bed. Is it a compost pile or a bed for gardening?
It’s both! Learn about this ingenious method and grow while creating compost.
Our first workday will be Saturday April 27 at 10 AM. Meet by the COCG gazebo to sign in. We will be planting trees and picking up loose branches in the picnic area, weeding and planting trees in the habitat, and weeding the flower clocks. Please bring your own tools.
Saturday, April 27, 2 PM at the West Gazebo in the garden
Garden Sign workshop: presenter Susan Berman
Every Floyd Bennett Garden needs a sign! Join us and make a sign to identify your garden.
We will supply the paint and wood.
Registration required in advance, workshop is limited to 20 people. Email FBGAgardens@aol.com
Saturday, April 20, 2 PM Building 69 Conference Room
Summer crops: presenter Tom Ingram
Growing advice from an award winning gardener. We will cover the vegetables you can grow in late spring thru early summer and what you can grow in late summer as well.
Sunday, April 21, 2 PM Building 69 Conference Room
How to Grow an Organic Garden: presenters Adriann Musson
What is an organic garden? Why bother? Come to this workshop to find out. We will be covering the basics of organic gardening as well as products that can be used in an organic garden.
Sunday, April 14, 2 PM Building 69 Conference Room
Annuals and Perennials presenter, Bob Halligan
Flowers provide color in your garden all through the growing season, and provide food for the pollinators so important to your garden. Learn about the many varieties that you can start from seed or purchase at the nursery. Whether you have sun or shade there is something ideal for you
Sunday, April 7, 2 PM Building 69 Conference Room
How to have a successful garden: presenter Adriann Musson and Bob Halligan
Having a successful gardening season at FBGA is a combination of good gardening techniques and following certain rules and procedures. This workshop will cover both aspects. It is highly recommended for new gardeners and old alike.
Saturday, March 23, 2 PM Building 69 Conference Room
Spring Vegetable Garden: presenter Adriann Musson
Make the most of your garden this year. There are so many things to grow long before you plant your tomatoes! Tips for growing lettuce, greens, onions, potatoes, Cole crops, and so much more.
Dates to remember:
- March 17 – Spring Meeting
- April 1 – Opening Day