Speaker: Austin Davenport
Date & Time: Monday, February 13, 2023 @ 6 - 9 p.m. CST
Location: Zilker Botanical Garden & Streaming via Zoom or YouTube
We will be reviewing the ins and outs of successful tomato growing as well as go over varieties, diseases prevention, and the most commonly asked tomato questions in central Texas.
Doors at 6, talk starts at 7! Don't forget to bring seeds and plants to swap afterwards. If you can't make it in person we will also be streaming the event via YouTube and zoom.
Date: Saturday, February 11, 2023 (ZBG Member Day)
Time: 9-11 a.m.
Location: Zilker Botanical Garden in the Oak Grove
Cost: Donations accepted for supplies. Register here and purchase General Admission tickets to ZBG. If you are a ZBG member this date is free.
Join us for an outdoor, hands-on workshop and learn what mush-luv is all about. This workshop will give you the practical knowledge to learn how to grow mushrooms using recycled mycelium blocks lovingly donated by local mushroom farms. Not only will you be learning to grow mushrooms, build healthy soil, sequester carbon, feed the soil web, your plants and eventually you! You will also be helping divert organic matter from the waste stream! Mother earth will love you.
BYOBucket: Don't buy anything new. Let's recycle. Any container with holes in it will work including a cardboard box. Examples: 2-5 gallon bucket or sturdy planter pot, laundry basket, milk crate, or crate for vegetables, wire mesh container like a bird house, strawberry pot.
Download the 'Planting Guide' and 'Vegetable Varieties' for Travis County to get started planning your vegetable garden. The chart plots best planting and cultivation times for seeds and transplants in Central Texas.
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