What is a Forest Garden and is it for YOU?
September 30 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Don’t be put off by the mention of “forest” in the title – you won’t need several acres or to live deep in the woods to create a forest garden.
Rather a forest garden is a low-maintenance, sustainable, plant-based food production system that mimics elements of a woodland ecosystem. How big and how involved you get is up to you!
By planting a variety of trees and layers of understory shrubs and plants, you can make every part of your garden beneficial, sustainable, and productive.
Come and find the ways a forest garden could work for you! Registration is $10 and attendance is limited to 25.
About Vicki Gallagher
Vicki’s passion for gardening and her sense of humor make her workshops as entertaining as they are helpful! Her extensive gardening background includes 29 years as an OSU Master Gardener; 28 years as a Horticulturalist for the 577 Foundation; and 11 years of wholesale and retail greenhouse and market experience. She is also a Food Bank vegetable grower. Vicki graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in Environmental Health.