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Urban Gardening: Herbs at Home with Philadelphia Box Gardens

When:
Tuesday, June 8, 2021, 6:00 PM until 7:00 PM
Where:
Online webinar (details provided in your confirmation email)
PA  
Additional Info:
Category:
Center City
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
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It's an urban garden party! Learn how to grow fresh herbs in your home.

Join us for a hands-on virtual workshop with Philadelphia Box Gardens, who will help us make our edible urban garden dreams into reality.

We'll discuss the materials you need to get started, types of herbs to grow, how to harvest and care for your plants, and what to do with your home grown bounty.

Materials to get your started:
- Planter (at least 10” wide and 6” deep) 
- Saucer
- Potting Soil
- Herb seeds: chives, thyme, oregano, rosemary

Shopping list:
Terracotta Table Top or Windowsill Herb Planter 
NOTE: there are many types of planters to choose from so pick a style that best  matches your aesthetic. Just make sure that the container has good drainage and is deep enough for developing root systems (no less than 6”).

This event is for Walnut Club members and 1 guest of your choice.



About our speaker
Nicole Enders is the owner and founder of Philadelphia Box Gardens, which specializes in creating edible gardens in small urban spaces. Her mission is to "share knowledge and experience with our neighbors and help our community grow more food – simply. We believe life’s greatest joys are grown in the garden and enjoyed around the table." Let’s grow together!



Dial-in information will be provided after registration. 
 
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