May 28 2024


6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Garden Talks 2024 | Buttonwood Nature Center, Waynesboro

Tuesday April 30th, May 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th * 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
The Garden Talk programs are FREE but registration is required due to limited space.
The Institute announces the 2024 spring series of small-group garden talks. (First of 5 programs)
Talks will be held on five Tuesdays in April and May from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Civil War era garden adjacent to Monterey Pass Battlefield Museum.
#1: Kitchen Gardens: Abundant Harvests at Your Back Doorstep
In the first of a series of five spring Garden Talks, gardening expert Melissa Irwin presents an in-the-garden program on creating a bountiful “kitchen garden.”
Learn tips and tricks for getting food from your garden to your table this year. 
From veggies to herbs, you can add a taste of the season to every dish you prepare with a simple kitchen garden just outside your back door!
The Monterey Pass Battlefield Museum will be open especially for attendees of this event.
Melissa Irwin is a naturalist who has experience working with the Audubon Society and Moonfire Orchard.
She holds a degree in Environmental Studies and specializes in all things growing in soil!
Participants should wear shoes appropriate for being inside the garden.
Seating is not provided, but feel free to bring a chair.
Check out the upcoming programs:
Tuesday, May 7: Terrific Tomato Tips
Tuesday, May 14: Mastering Companion Planting
Tuesday, May 21: Salad Greens Success
Tuesday, May 28: What is Permaculture? Permaculture Basics
Monterey Pass Battlefield Museum | 14325 Buchanan Trail East Waynesboro

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