Growing Vegetables and Herbs in Containers
May 3, 7:30PM
Sponsored by The Jewish Center Princeton
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Learn to grow a wide variety of vegetables and herbs in containers on your steps, your back porch, or any sunny spot around your home. This program will include information on how to choose the right container for the right crop, start seeds, and provide the best light and soil conditions for your growing plants. The basics of container gardening can be applied at any scale, making this the perfect gardening technique for beginners and those with limited outdoor space.
Margaret Pickoff is County Horticulturist for Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Mercer County, where she delivers educational programming on home horticulture and coordinates the Rutgers Master Gardener and Rutgers Environmental Stewards programs. She holds a Master of Science degree in Plant, Soil, and Environmental Sciences from the University of Maine, specializing in organic crop production and soil fertility. She developed her interest in plants and land stewardship while working on small farms and in community gardens in New Jersey, Maine, and Washington State. Margaret loves growing vegetables, flowers, and herbs in her community garden plot.
OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY
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