Photo: Theresa Lynsgo
Sept 8, 2021 7:15pm via Zoom
Zoom link will be sent to members prior to the meeting date. To join or renew your membership go to the Membership page above.
Winter Edibles and Gardening for a Second Season
With Renee Shepherd
Renee Shepherd is widely regarded as a pioneering innovator in introducing international specialty vegetables, flowers and herbs for home gardeners and gourmet restaurants. Since 1998 she has run her own seed company Renee's Garden. She regularly lectures and writes articles about vegetable, herb, and flower gardening.
Renee will discuss specific veggies and herbs that need to be started soon, how to tend them, and which can still wait for later fall planting. She will also discuss how to plant and manage cover cropping some of your beds for both fertility and erosion control over the winter.You may visit Renee's Garden for more information.
Member Plant Share
Our meetings start with members sharing photos of plants from their gardens or their recent travels. To share photos of plants that you think will be of interest to other members send them to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the botanical name of the plant. Be prepared to discuss your submittals or send cultural information along with your photos.
To see recordings of other Western Hort Zoom presentations from this past year visit our youtube.
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