Better Veggies with Companion Planting
When planting in beds, it seems reasonable to consider mixing different varieties of plants. This approach is closer to the way things occur naturally as Nature tends to mix things up instead of planting big blocks of just one kind of plant. Many gardeners over the years have noticed that when certain plants are grown near one another, they appear to grow better and yield more or even taste better. These are often called ‘companion plants’. Come and learn how you can enhance the growth and performance of your vegetable favorites with companion plants. Learn how to take care of both during the growing season to maximize your harvest.
A part of the program will be a discussion regarding area farming as source of local food. A ‘Fresh Market Local Food’ guide, including Monroe County Farmers’ Market Guide 2017 will be provided.
Instructor Jarmila Haseler is currently employed by CCE of Monroe County as an Agricultural Educator. She taught college-level crop production in the Czech Republic before coming to the US. She owns a home-garden consultant-, design- and installation business “Gardening Roots”.
Greece Public Library
2 Vince Tofany Boulevard
Greece, NY 14612