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Starting Seeds for a Fall Garden

  • 1140 Latta Street Chattanooga, TN, 37406 United States (map)

Imagine the satisfaction of harvesting and eating fresh, wholesome lettuce and herbs you have grown yourself! As you enjoy the greens of your labor, you glow with the confidence of knowing that your produce is safe and healthy for you and your family. You rejoice in knowing that the greens are easy to grow and that you can do it again because you have the tools, the experience and the knowledge.

This 2-hour workshop teaches you how to start lettuce and herb seeds for a quick and easy spring garden. Karen equips you with seed starting basics. You will plant and take home a reusable GrowEase seed starting kit and receive a tip sheet with instructions for raising your seedlings, transplanting the seedlings and enjoying the greens from your labor.

About the Instructor: Karen Dewhirst has been an avid gardener for over 30 years. She has put her green thumb to work in the city, in the country, in the ground and on rooftops, in pots, troughs, milkcrates, raised beds, and garden soil. Her gardening expertise includes pruning shrubs and espalier fruit trees, growing small fruits and vegetables, landscaping with native plants, annuals, perennials, shrubs and bulbs. Karen gardens using organic growing techniques and loves compost. Her enthusiasm for gardening is contagious!

Payment and Registration: Payment required in advance. $65 through July 30. $70 from July 31-August 3.

What You’ll need: Clothes you don’t mind getting dirty; garden gloves, if you like; way to take notes.

Location: 1140 Latta St. Chattanooga, TN 37406

Cancellation Policy: We prefer at least a 36-hour notice if a participant is unable to attend. However, we do understand that this is not always possible. Participants who are unable to attend can receive credit equal to the amount of the workshop they were going to attend, to be used within 6 months. Please let us know if you cannot attend a workshop by contacting Bea at 423-240-4420 or bea@womenrepairzone.com.

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