Check out this coverage of the Garden Fresno class, Leo & Liz’s garden and one on my long time favorites Belmont Nursery.Read More...
Tomorrow is our 4th class. Hopefully by now you are feeling more confident about your gardens.Read More...
This 4th class we will cover the very important step of planting. Much of this process is important in setting up your plants for success.
Class will be held at the Collier residence. Please contact us if you would like [...]
After the 3rd Class – tools and breaking ground, I took the roto-tiller home to attack the next patch of grass on my side-yard. The goal is to grow twice as much corn as last year.Read More...
Though, to my dismay, the roto-tiller was not working. So, I did it the old fashion way. With a [...]
We are just plugging along. Here is the outline for the 3rd Garden Fresno class.Read More...
Welcome to 3rd of 10 Garden Fresno classes
Recap of Seeds class
Tools of the trade
Shears and clippers
-The Claw (as seen on TV)
Establishing new planting areas
Grass to garden
Existing planting areas
The Double Dig technique
Yes it as hard as it sounds [...]
The 1st class of Garden Fresno was engaging and brought together a group of amateur gardeners who are eager to learn more and share their knowledge. For the 2nd class we will cover the topic of seeds and potting.Read More...
If you would like to join the class but have not registered, you can jump in [...]
The 1st class of Garden Fresno is today. I’m getting very excited to start sharing my knowledge about gardening with other Fresnans. Hopefully, I’ll learn some things along the way also.Read More...
Below is the outline for the Introduction and Planning session. If you’d like to check out the class there is still time. I ask [...]
After some feedback, I’ve made some modifications to the Garden Fresno course. I had originally scheduled 15 classes. That was a little ambitious and a big commitment.Read More...
I’ve edited the calendar down to 10 classes. We will hold class every Saturday of March. This is important because now is the time to start gardens and [...]
Last year I cataloged the growth of my garden as well as an experiment of growing a small corn field along my sidewalk. This caught the attention of my neighbors and friends on facebook and twitter. From the strong interest and reoccurring questions about urban gardening I decided there was a need to share my knowledge.Read More...
The Spring of 2009 mark my wife and I’s second spring in the 1940 minimal-traditionalist Tower District home we have purchased. The first spring we planted a relatively small area of our back yard with herbs and vegetables.Read More...
I like to do more that the year before, so we planted a second small strip in [...]