Vegetable Garden Planning
Growing a variety of plants can be a productive, fun, and creative outlet. It can also be an organization nightmare. This course is designed to provide tools for novice and experienced gardeners to plan an annual garden for the upcoming growing season. We will cover goal setting, garden mapping, organizing a seed order, creating a planting calendar, and more. Participants of all skill levels will have the opportunity to learn from the instructor and from each other. You'll receive planting templates that can be completed by hand or on the computer.
Instructor: Vallie Edenbo
The Carlisle Institute for Lifelong Learning at Bosler Memorial Library provides programs and courses to engage adults in learning at any age and stage of life. Offerings cover a wide range of subject matter including arts, civics, culture, finance, humanities, philosophy, religion, science and more. All programs are open to anyone and are free of charge. To register for a course or program, contact the LIbrary's Information Services Department at 717-243-4642, ext. 2237.