I am pleased to announce that a series of Adult Gardener Workshops will begin this Tuesday at the garden!
Tina Anderson, our awesome garden assistant, will facilitate a workshop/group discussion on Organic vs. Conventional Gardening. She will also provide instruction on how to make a hanging plant bag using recycled fabric!
Please plan to attend the class that day (even bring a friend) to understand the benefits of organic gardening and how a recycled old shirt, pantyhose or other materials can be used to create a wonderful vertical garden.
Below are more details regarding the workshop…we hope to see you there!
When: Tuesday, July 9, 2013 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Who: MOSAIC Community Land Trust – Community Gardens
What: Adult Workshop 1 – Organic vs. Conventional Gardening
Project Option 1: Hanging Planter using Recycled Fabrics
Where: 423 Chestnut Street, Pottstown
In order to make the RECYCLED FABRIC HANGING PLANT BAG…
Gardeners Will Need to Bring:
Old shirt, pants, or piece of fabric – must be BREATHABLE such as Cotton or Linen
* NO polyester, NO synthetic fabrics (won’t breath) twine, ribbons, or other tying material
The MOSAIC Will Supply:
“S” hooks, planting compost/soil, and seedlings/plants
Please call me at (484) 300-2410 of you have any questions or need additional information.