Showing posts with label March. Show all posts
Showing posts with label March. Show all posts

Sunday, March 1, 2020

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2020

Lanark County Master Gardeners
The Edible Garden Newsletter for March 2020 is now available. This month, our feature article is all about Winterizing Herbs from the garden.  Sage, as shown in the picture, does not need to come indoors as it happily produces all winter long. We also focus on Rosemary.  One gardener tells how she and some friends preserve a tradition by canning Grandma's Chili Sauce.  Finally, a gardener talks about the pleasure of growing blueberry bushes.
I am sad to report that this is the last issue of The Edible Garden Newsletter.  We are combining this newsletter with another existing newsletter, Trowel Talk.  We will be taking the best from the two newsletters and creating one, retaining the Trowel Talk name.  It will be available of the 15th of each month.  If you subscribe to The Edible Garden you do not need to do anything to keep your newsletters flowing.  Thanks to all for your support over the past 6 plus years.

Friday, March 1, 2019

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2019

Lanark County Master Gardeners
The Edible Garden Newsletter March 2019 is now available. This month we continue with two of our ongoing series.  First is the BeeLine with Trees for Bees.  The next is our unusual vegetable series with an introduction to Yacon.  Birds in Winter rounds out this edition.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2018

Lanark County Master Gardeners
The Edible Garden Newsletter March 2018 is now available.  This months issue focuses on Vegetables, Vegetables and more Vegetables--how to grow them in containers, what is the vegetable of the year for 2018 and "funny little cabbages" aka Brussels Sprouts.  We also introduce a new, recurring feature, focusing on some of our favorite garden tools and helpers.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2017

Lanark County Master Gardeners
The Edible Garden Newsletter for March 2017 is full of information.  In this issue, we talk about where Carrot seeds come from and how you can grow and collect your own carrot seeds.  Our summers are either rain every day or long periods of drought.  Learn how to create a water efficient garden.  You too can grow cherries in Eastern Ontario.  We also continue our Pollinator series with a brief article on Hummingbirds as pollinators.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Seedy Saturday and Seedy Sunday

Lanark County Master Gardeners Seedy
Seedy Saturdays and Sundays take place across Canada in January February and March.  Many are free admittance and all are fun. You can swap and exchange seeds and buy seeds from suppliers.  Meet with fellow gardeners.  Many Seedy days have free gardening seminars.  In Lanark County, your local Master Gardener group is on hand to answer your gardening questions. In Almonte, join us on Saturday February 9 at the Almonte Civitan Club from 9 am to 3 pm and in Perth on Sunday March 2 at the Perth Civitan Club.  Read more.

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Seedy Sunday Perth March 6 2016

Seedy Sunday Lnark Master Gardeners
Come out to the Perth Legion for Seedy Sunday March 6. Bring seeds to share or come to get some. Free Seeds and check out the Seed Vendors. Gardening Seminars and workshops are available.  Lanark County Master Gardeners will be there all day to answer any gardening questions.  Stop by and say Hello.

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2016

Lanark Master Gardeners Edible Garden Newsletter March 2016
Do you grow the same vegetables year after year?  Maybe this year it is time to grow something different.  In this issue of the Edible Garden Newsletter, we introduce you to some unusual edibles.  Maybe you would like to try some sweet Ground Cherries or how about the perennial Good King Henry pictured above.  Also, stop thinking about Dandelions as a persistent troubling weed and learn about how valuable it really is.  Read all about it in the March Edible Garden Newsletter.

Sunday, March 22, 2015

How to Grow Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Potatoes are tasty, nutritious and can grow in our climate.  To learn how, read more.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2015

Do you want to grow your own fresh herbs?  Get your kids interested in gardening?  Read our March 2015 edition of the Edible Garden Newsletter.  All this and Garden tips, book reviews, recipes and more.  Read more

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Inviting Spring in--A Guide to Starting Seeds Indoors

Do you want to get a jump start on Spring?  Consider growing some of your own transplants.  Do you ever wonder when you should start your seeds indoors and out?  To find out, Read more.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Edible Garden Newsletter March 2014

March 2014 issue of the Edible Garden is now available.  This month, we focus on Jump Starting your garden.

Contact Us


Email *

Message *

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...