Opening of the Concord Seed Lending Library!

Monday, March 2 will mark the official opening of the Concord Seed Lending Library for this year. We’ve got some great speakers coming up in March and April so be sure to mark your calendars!We’ll be offering an Indoor Seed Saving workshop that evening at the Fowler Branch of the Concord Free Public Library beginning at 7pm. Doors will open at6:30pm. Learn to start seeds in your house to get a jump on the growing season. We will covering:

  • Selecting the best seeds for your garden
  • When to start which plants
  • Potting soil choices
  • Types of seed starting systems
  • Lighting
  • Hardening off
  • When/how to transplant to the garden

On Monday, March 9 at 7pm, we’ll be hosting Master Gardener Robin Wilkerson who will be discussing how to plan your garden including when to start planting seeds, what to plant where and how to ensure healthy plants throughout the growing season. The program will take place at the Fowler Branch and doors will open at 6:30pm.

Ben Barkan of Home Harvest will be visiting on Monday, April 6 at 7pm. Learn what it takes to develop and maintain soil that produces bumper crops in his “It’s All About the Soil” presentation. He’ll discuss soil properties including texture, pH, plant nutrients and organic matter and how to test your soil and interpret the results. The program will take place at the Fowler Branch and doors will open at6:30pm.

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Wishing you all the best,
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