Erin Tuttle, a certified naturalist and educator (and DGOG member) will discuss how to plant your gardens in cool weather to enjoy an earlier harvest.
"All too often we don't wake up our vegetable plots until Memorial Day, when the garden centers sell us tomatoes and peppers. But what about the kale and cabbages, broccoli, lettuce, beets, chard, arugula (and the list goes on!)? Break out of the warm-season vegetable box and learn how to grow the food that will fill your plates long before the tomatoes and peppers."
Date and Time: Sunday, March 13, 1:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Location: 6625 Greene Road, Woodridge, IL
Fee: $25 per person