What Do You Want to Grow?

7 Apr

The seed-starting workshop starts at 11am Saturday, but RSVPs are due Friday evening. Please let us know you are coming by sending a note to cvearthlab@gmail.com.


Suggested Donation Is $10. per Person

We ask for $10. per participant or $30. per household for materials and to hold your spot. Bonus: The workshop fee covers your annual garden membership! Send payment electronically (via Venmo @misssha) or email us to arrange to pay via cash or a check (payable to Concord Village Owners) before Saturday morning.

Find us in the Children’s Play Area from 11am to 12:30pm on Saturday
The workshop starts at 11am and lasts until 12:30pm. Depending on the turnout, and how much help you need, planting should take about 15 minutes per person.

Please bring empty seltzer bottles if you can — we will provide the rest!

Rain date is Sunday April 10th at the same time.  If we get rained out and you cannot attend Sunday’s makeup, we will provide you with the materials you need to get started.

Find more details here. Thank you!

Below, from left: Seed packets for peppers, zinnia, calendula, marigold flowers, and tomatoes.

2 Responses to “What Do You Want to Grow?”

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