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Gardening Classes

Program Contact: Bridget Gregg, Master Gardener Program
(360) 379.5610 x 210 • bridget.gregg@wsu.edu

Spring 2023 ~ Registration is now open!

Register at 2023springgg@eventbrite.com

Fill in the form below to receive advanced notice of our next class.

Interested in growing your own food this year? Join Master Gardeners and seasoned gardening experts for a fun filled six– week class.

 

Our popular Spring Growing Groceries class is taught by seasoned Master Gardeners who specialize in growing food.

Location: WSU Classroom, 121 Oak Bay Road, Port Hadlock

Time: Monday evenings, March 20th – April 24th from 5:30 – 8:00PM, plus two Saturday morning hands-on experiences (dates TBD)

Cost: $55

This 6-week in-person course will focus on the garden essentials for your spring garden. Topics include:

  • Location & Climate;
  • Garden planting calendars
  • Seed Starting and Transplanting
  • Soil amendments and improvements;
  • Plant Family/Crop Rotation
  • Pest management
  • Pollinator and Beneficial Insects

We will also host two workshops 1) hands-on seed starting: learns about different seed starting soil types, seed depth, light requirements;  and 2) row covers/season extenders, transplanting, spring soil care and composting.

It is our goal to make this class accessible to all. *Scholarships are available on a need basis. Please contact bridget.gregg@wsu.edu

Each participant will receive a notebook with WSU publications to supplement the classroom learning.

Questions? Please contact at Bridget Gregg, bridget.gregg@wsu.edu or 360-379-5610 x 210.

Please note: you must cancel at least seven days before the class start date in order to receive a full refund, minus a $10 processing fee. 

Classes are offered most Spring and Fall seasons

Spring Topics include: soils, best cultivation practices, seed starting, early spring pest management and spring pests/diseases

Fall Topics: soil improvement, garden styles, including permaculture and container gardening, crop rotation, bed preparation and irrigation.

Growing Groceries Class Notification Request