Wednesday, April 15, 2009

wanna grow some vegetables?

saw this over at the Bates Area Civic Association Blog:

Cindy Brown of Green Spring Gardens will be discuss how to grow vegetables in DC this Saturday at the Historical Society. More details below the jump.

Saturday, April 18
1 – 2:30 p.m. Family Urban Gardening
The Best Vegetables to Grow in DC
by Cindy Brown, Green Spring Gardens
Have you always wanted to start a vegetable garden, but don’t know where to begin? Or perhaps you’ve had bad experiences with weeds, bugs and unproductive plants. Maybe winter storms infected you with catalog crazies and you have a sack of seeds and no idea of when to plant them. Cindy Brown, Green Spring’s kitchen gardener, will show you how to refine or begin a vegetable garden, overcome nature’s obstacles, suggest productive varieties, and replace the fear with fun.
Cynthia A. Brown is Assistant Director at Green Spring Gardens. She enjoys entertaining the public with her gardening trials and tribulations. Cindy is a regular contributor to Washington Gardenermagazine, appears on local TV and radio shows, and is a frequent speaker at many venues.

Cindy started gardening because she loves to cook and was frustrated at the inability to purchase the special herbs and vegetables mentioned in cookbooks and cooking magazines. She believes that every garden should be a mix of ornamentals and edibles for a truly gourmet garden!

RSVP at 202-383-1828 orRSVP@historydc.org (Ages 12 to Adults)FREE

This talk series is hosted at The Historical Society of Washington, D.C. is located on K Street, NW between 7th and 9th streets, NW. DC — easy access by metro or bus
http://www.historydc.org/location/

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