We want to thank the folks who came out to the Garden Open House and Plant give Away. To help promote your garden’s success, we will be offering classes later this summer.
“How to Feed Your Garden.” We are Postponing this. We had planned for this Saturday, June 27, but because of the COVID 19 confirmed cases doubling this past week in our county, we will NOT be holding this class. Your Safety is our concern.
Mask and Social distancing will be observed.
All seminars plan to be held Outside, and Taught by Master Gardeners.
Forth coming classes we are working on: Making Hoop-houses, caterpillar tunnels & greenhouses, How to do composting, Making a drip system. Flower arranging workshop, Garden Camp for Kids & Adults, Growing berries. We have printed copies of our last class outline.
East Valley Gardening Network, 928-527-8977
We had a killing frost on Monday night, June 8. We covered the plants, but the tomatoes just couldn't handle the low 21 degrees. They took a hit. We gave them 12-12-12 fertilizer and a good soaking with the hose. They are coming back out, but that means a loss of time in producing fruit during their life span. The Strawberries seem to be doing well, and some even have berries. We are feeding them every week (8-58-9 fertilizer). And providing regular water (every day). The Garlic is in its final stages and should be ready to harvest early July. The Corn is up. The flowers, esp. the snapdragons have been hit by hungry caterpillars. We put most everything under wind protection. We are keeping barrels filled with compost out on the side walk by the parking lot for your use. When they get empty, I'll fill them back up. Hope to see you at our first class.
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Mail: P.O. Box 3394 Flagstaff, AZ 86003