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Indoor Summer Gardening Seminar

Even the most serious gardeners can be driven indoors by the summer heat.  But that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying your hobby!  Join the Baker County Extension Office for an indoor summer gardening seminar that will cover the basics of houseplant care, easy-to-grow edible mircogreens and composting with worms (vermiculture).     Includes literature, microgreens activity (take-home kit) and starter cup of worms.  $10 per person.  Registration available at the Baker County Extension Office or on Eventbrite: https://indoor-summer-gardening.eventbrite.com

For more information contact Alicia Lamborn at (904) 259-3520 or alamborn@ufl.edu

2 Comments on “Indoor Summer Gardening Seminar

  1. Dear

    Like to know fishmeal, coconut husk, leaf litters can make a good compost to suit alkaline soil that is found in the Maldives.
    We are atoll islands form from coral sand and close to the sea.

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