Veggies 101: Planning Your First Vegetable Garden

Inspired to start to growing your own food? Perhaps you are a brand new gardener, or you’ve been growing flowers for years and are excited to learn something new. Join this workshop to learn how to plan and plant your first vegetable garden from seed to table.

In this workshop you will learn the basics on planning and planting a successful garden. In this workshop you will learn:

  • site selection
  • soil health basics
  • how to choose your crops
  • how to time your planting, watering, and harvesting

Mike Nassichuk claims he was raised in a vegetable patch and credits his parents as being his foremost vegetable gardening teachers. He is a UBC graduate with degrees in Biology (B.Sc and M.Sc.), which provides a scientific context to his gardening interests. He is a qualified Master Gardener (since 1988), has also completed the Advanced Master Gardener program, and is a recipient of the VanDusen Garden ‘Award of Distinction’. 

Mike grows a variety of vegetables and other plants in his gardens and has given numerous presentations, seminars and clinics on growing vegetables and other topics.

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Registration: You can register here for this workshop, or you can call the Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre to register: 604-990-3755. 
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