The time to start planting your spring and early summer vegetable gardens is now! From starting tomato and pepper seeds indoors, to sewing carrots, beets and spinach in the ground outside, January and February are the months in which you can really get the jump on a healthy and productive spring garden.

Organics are natural, safe, and effective. Come learn everything you could want to know about getting started with organics in your lawn and garden! We will talk about what it means to use organics, from pest control to fertilization and everything in between.

$10.

Limited scholarships are available!

Info: wyonella_henderson-greene@baylor.edu

Have you ever wondered how to start your own garden? If you are trying to grow some organic food for yourself and your family, we can help! We will take time in this workshop to learn what to plant, when to plant it, and how to achieve success growing your own produce. 

$10.

Limited scholarships are available!

Info: wyonella_henderson-greene@baylor.edu

Seventy-five percent of what happens in your landscape happens in the first month of spring, so the decisions you make before spring are important. If you want to manage your lawn and shrubs yourself, using organic practices, join us for this exciting workshop! We will dispel misconceptions about these major facets of your landscape and teach you how to save steps so you can enjoy your property this spring!

$10.

Limited scholarships are available!

Info: wyonella_henderson-greene@baylor.edu

Meet fellow gardners and learn about urban gardening in Dallas. Share seeds and gardening tips. The Seed Library at the Dallas Public Library will provide a variety of free seeds. If you would like to bring your own seeds, envelopes and blank labels will be provided.

Meet fellow gardners and learn about urban gardening in Dallas. Share seeds and gardening tips. The Seed Library at the Dallas Public Library will provide a variety of free seeds. If you would like to bring your own seeds, envelopes and blank labels will be provided.

Class Includes: Reasons for Becoming a Vegetarian

• Environment• Compassion • Health • Diet-Related Diseases

Meeting Nutritional Needs

• Protein, Iron, Calcium, Fats, Vitamins, etc.

Shopping as a Vegetarian

• Shopping List - How to Stock Up• Includes discussions of: Beans, Grains, Produce, Sea Vegetables, Nuts/Seeds, Spices/Herbs, Oils/Substitutes, Packaged Foods, Beverages, Sweeteners, Where to Shop

Ideas for Making the Transition

Miss the days of the vegan buffet at Veggie Garden? Well great news, we are reintroducing the vegan buffet for one day each month! Join us for the kick off.

Special pricing for the kickoff:

Adults: $10.99

Children 4-10 years: $4.99

Children under 4: $1.99

Gardening talks provided by Water University experts. Topics include: soil testing, recommended plants for our area, landscape design, lawn maintenance, growing vegetables and fruit, efficient sprinklers.

$5. Register online on website link below.

Guest speaker Marilyn Buehler will talk about the seed germination process, the best plants for beginners to grow, soil and materials needed and how to nurture them to the transplant stage.

Learn how to ensure that edibles are organically grown using only non-GMO seeds.

Free.   

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