You don’t need acres for an edible garden. From Sustainability Matters’ Sonia Zamborsky, learn how to grow your own food in small spaces: containers, raised beds, or that sunny patch by your front door. Even a postage stamp-sized yard or balcony can become an edible oasis for you and your family to enjoy. We’ll cover easy veggies & herbs, creative solutions for vertical growing, drought-tolerant options to withstand the fiercest summer weather, and pollinator-friendly companion plants.
Also, don’t miss the first in the Greener than Grass (Small Spaces) series, Native Gardens for Small Spaces!
The Greener than Grass (Small Spaces) series is a public education initiative connected to Sustainability Matters’ Making Trash Bloom project in Fairfax County (VA), a demonstration native meadow at the I-66 landfill, and is funded by the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia. Read more about the Fairfax Making Trash Bloom site here or check out a video of the Making Trash Bloom project’s early impact.
This will be a virtual workshop, with time for Q & A. It’s free, but space is limited, and registration is required.
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