Cascade Gardener: Small Space Gardening
March 20 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Cascade Water Alliance is pleased to provide the 2021 Cascade Gardener virtual class series. All classes are free and will be held through Zoom. Presenters are regional gardening experts who will help you create beautiful gardens and landscapes that are water efficient and sustainable.
Growing vegetables and fruit in small urban spaces is fun and easy. Join Lisa Taylor, garden educator and author of the Maritime Northwest Garden Guide and Your Farm in the City; An Urban Dwellers Guide to Growing Food and Raising Animals in a lively discussion about growing vegetables vertically, in containers and raised beds. Learn how to reimage your garden and maximize your food production. Discover gardening techniques that protect our watershed. Explore container and vertical garden basics for growing a diverse and successful edible garden. We will identify vegetable and fruit varieties that are best suited to small space gardening.
Lisa Taylor is a freelance garden educator and author of the Maritime Northwest Garden Guide, 2nd ed. and Your Farm in the City: An Urban Dwellers Guide to Growing Food and Raising Animals. She is passionate about teaching people of all ages how to grow their own food. For Lisa, eating is the main reason for growing plants.