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Habitat Earth and Our Gardens

Year Round Vegetable Gardening/July 15

Here's my next public talk, coming up in just 3 weeks:

SATURDAY, JULY 15 - YEAR-ROUND VEGETABLES WITH PAM PEIRCE
Want fresh garden veggies to eat all year round? Pam Peirce, author of Golden Gate Gardening, the classic guide for local food gardeners, will show you how! Learn the crops and planting times (July and August are pivotal) that will take you through fall, winter, and into spring with plenty to harvest- artichokes, broccoli, lettuce, peas, and more-- Oh my! Seedlings for some winter crops, and recipes for using them, with be included.
Garden for the Environment, 7th Ave. at Lawton Street, 10am – 12noon. $15; No one turned away for lack of funds. Pre-registration required. Call 731-5627 to pre-register or for more information.

This is the listing from the Garden For The Environment website, which is at http://www.gardenfortheenvironment.org. The garden, at 7th Avenue and Lawton, in San Francisco's Inner Sunset neighborhood, is open during daylight hours to demonstrate environmentally friendly gardening. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, the garden is staffed and welcomes volunteers who want to learn more about gardening.

My class on Year-round vegetable gardening will be held in the garden, in an area with tiered seating. The space is limited, so be sure and call if you are interested in coming, to be sure there is room. (Introduce yourself as a blog reader.)

Meanwhile, happy 4th, and hope you have a little time to garden during the holiday!

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