Effectively Gardening with Weather Extremes – 6/1 (SAT)

Effectively Gardening with Weather Extremes

When: Saturday, June 1st– 10-noon

Snow in May, summer temps in October or December, no snow in winter, 25 feet of snow in winter… If you’ve been around a few years, you know that there is no predicting the weather. And now more than ever we are having extremes of weather.

If you are a gardener, how do you deal with a soil that is too muddy to plant, or perhaps the opposite is true and there is drought?  Too hot, too cold, too wet, too dry, what can you do to bolster the health of your garden given our weather extremes?  If you have been wondering about this question, Horticulturalist Mimi Clark will be giving a workshop at the Waterbury Library on Saturday, June 1st from 10-noon on “How to Effectively Garden with Weather Extremes.”  There are many things a gardener can do ahead of time to insure the health of our gardens and crops.  Mimi will go over tips and tricks.

Many may know Mimi Clark as a writer whose garden articles have appeared in the Valley Reporter, The Montpelier Bridge and the Times Argus.  She has also been known to plant random gardens in the sand to beautify the roadsides.

Call 244-7036 to register.