This will be an online video presented on Zoom.
Meeting ID: 886 1877 6450
You’ve planted your vegetable garden and your seeds and seedlings are tucked in and ready to
grow. Now what? Do I fire up the grill and wait for the vegetables to show up or do I have to
keep an eye out for problems? What if something is eating my greens? What are those black
spots on my tomatoes? How do I convince the groundhog to eat in my neighbor’s yard? Focus
will be on pest and water management, fertilizer, harvesting and more. This is part 2 of a two part program.
Judith Taylor has been gardening in Massachusetts for over 30 years and has hands on
experience with growing all sorts of perennials, fruits and vegetables as well as landscape design.
She is a graduate of the UMass Green School and enjoys sharing her passion with new gardeners
as well as exchanging tips and tricks with those more experienced. She is using her teaching
experience at many local universities to spread the word on seed starting and saving, growing
your own food, and creative ways to use the plants that you grow. Her mission is to inspire
people to get hooked on gardening
This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library