Why Garden Off The Ground?

Mon, Mar 29 12:00 am FREE

Join the Woodbridge Public Library March 29 at 7PM for a virtual program which will teach us different ways to garden above ground. Raised bed, straw bale, and container gardening take place above the surface of the soil. There are many advantages to these methods, including accessibility, aesthetic design, pest control, and being able to garden in a small space. The presentation includes an introduction to construction of these types of gardens and consideration about what types of plants to grow.

Registration is required. Please register here https://bit.ly/2MVP2y7 or call 732-634-4450.

Presented by Rutgers Master Gardener Pat Donahue. Rutgers Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who assist Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) Cooperative Extension in its mission to deliver horticulture programs and information to the general public. Anyone with an interest in gardening and a commitment to volunteer service can become a Rutgers Master Gardener.

Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County can be found at the E.A.R.T.H. Center, in Davidson’s Mill Pond Park and is part of a nationwide network that brings the research of the state land-grant universities to local people.

On the day before the program you will be sent the Zoom meeting information by email. Please note that if you are using Zoom on a tablet or smartphone you will need to download the Zoom app.

*Please be aware that the Zoom information email may be sent to your spam folder. Please check your spam folder for our follow up email.*