For practical gardening advice, join us for a weekly Ask a Master Gardener call. During this time of limited outings, gardening is more important than ever. A garden is a place to find solace, joy, wonder. A garden gifts us offering delicious things to eat. A garden provides sanctuary to birds, pollinators, bees and more.
To plant a garden is to bring into being a more beautiful future.
We’re featuring Q&A conversations, mini-workshops and virtual tours with Kingston & Thousand Islands master gardeners & friends.
Come prepared with any & all gardening questions!
What to look forward to
April 9th 1:00-1:30: Whether you’re starting a vegetable garden, pollinator garden or planning to wildscape your yard Joyce Hostyn shares a few tips on how to start a new garden bed.
Organic gardener Janette Haase, author of From Seed to Table: A Practical Guide to Eating and Growing Green will answer questions about what’s up in your vegetable garden on the first Thursday of the month. You can get Janette’s book from Novel Idea.
Delve into wildscaping as the future of sustainable landscaping on the fourth Thursday of the month.
When: Every Thursday afternoon from 1-1:30 pm starting Thursday, April 9th.
Where: Virtually via Zoom. Zoom is easy to use. You don’t even have to download the Zoom app, but it’s better if you do: zoom.us
Registration: Register in advance for Ask a Master Gardener (you only need to register once and can then join in any week you’d like)
After registering, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the call.