Sat, Sep 28 | Valley Verde - La Finca

Winter Garden Care

Start your Organic Edible Garden and Compost - Class series at ValleyVerde
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Sep 28, 2019, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Valley Verde - La Finca, 321 Gifford Ave, San Jose, CA 95126, USA

About the Event

This workshop is part of our donation-based Home Organic Gardening workshop series. 

Join us once a month at the Valley Verde demonstration garden and learn how to garden all year around.

In these series, you will learn how to seed and care for a variety of vegetables and herbs, including ethnic varieties like okra, Japanese cucumber, epazote, chayote among others.

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Requirements: There is no previous experience required, just motivation for learning!

Valley Verde will provide gardening materials, fun gardening classes, guidance, and support during the year, access to seedlings and seeds during spring and fall).

The classes are donation based and open to the public; we want to make sure that our sliding scale works for all incomes (Suggested donation $10 - $20+ per class). You can register for the event through our website, and make the donation in person if preferred. You can also follow this link to register and make an online donation prior to the workshop. 

What should I bring to the event?

If you have gardening tools and gloves waiting for some garden action, bring them and let them enjoy the fresh soil. You can also bring refreshments and a hat for those sunny days.

Are you a Valley Verde graduate? Come and refresh your gardening knowledge and support new learners!

FAQs

Have questions?

Send us an email to lovepreet@valleyverde.org

Organizer description

Valley Verde is a nonprofit based in San Jose Downtown that has been addressing food insecurity in Santa Clara County since 2012.

With your attendance, you will be contributing to Valle Verde’ s programs, the cultivation of organic home vegetable gardens, the promotion of healthier eating and providing access to culturally appropriate vegetables to families in need.

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