Thursday, March 25, 2021

Join us on the following dates for our popular Garden Series online:


April 1, 2021

Seed Starting
Kate Garland,
University of Maine Cooperative Extension Horticulturalist.

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 This workshop will cover the best practices for starting vegetable and flower seedlings indoors. We'll focus on practical ways to optimize environmental conditions such as light, temperature and moisture and introduce tips on how to make the most out of limited seed starting space.

April is a terrific time to start many of our home garden favorites, such as tomatoes, basil, peppers, zinnias and marigolds. Let this be your year to try starting seeds indoors!


April 15, 2021

How Does Your Garden Grow?


Join us for an informal discussion about gardening.  Ask questions, share advice, encourage others.


TBA, 2021


Citrus and Coffee Trees - Unusual Companions?

Researchers in the Agriculture Department at the University of Florida are experimenting with planting coffee trees in citrus groves.  Learn more about their research, and visit their greenhouse virtually to see their efforts to develop a new "crop" for local growers.  

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