In March, it is time to begin planting seeds both indoors and outdoors. This session will focus on those early season plantings and varieties that are known to thrive in the Pacific Northwest. We will talk about how to start and care for seeds and young plants.
Marisha will share her experience about which vegetables are best to direct sow and which vegetables do best as transplants. Perennial vegetables can be transplanted at this time and some are available to eat. Since perennial vegetables are new to many gardeners, Marisha will share about growing and cooking some of her favorite types. We will also discuss preparing your soil for planting. Seed catalogs and other resources will be available for participants to make a personalized planting plan.
These classes are available as a five class series ($100) or as individual events ($25 each). 20% off discount for People's Food Coop members – just be in touch with Marisha by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the discount code. Refunds are not available after the start of the first class.