Learn how to turn your yard into an abundant source of food and pleasure! From the vegetable garden to fruits and berries, this class will explore integrating foods into your landscape.
Learn how to read your landscape, recognize and create microclimates, use plants for multiple functions, and to create biodiversity and work with nature for healthier plants and fewer pests.
Learn to create self-watering gardens that capture and store rainwater in the soil; we'll also discuss water- and labor-conservation techniques such as mulching, shading the soil, and drip irrigation.
Explore the amazing world of perennial edible plants, including trees, shrubs, "perennials," and reseeding annuals; these plants require little care and can fill many roles and niches in your landscape, including places too wet, dry, or shady for annual vegetables.