June 12, 2018
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
A workshop on how to propagate blueberries or elderberries or other edible perennial berries that we can find around the garden.
- Expand your knowledge on this topic with books from our Gardening Section:
- Breed your own vegetable varieties : the gardener’s and farmer’s guide to plant breeding and seed saving/ Carol Deppe
- Will Bonsall’s essential guide to radical, self-reliant gardening : innovative techniques for growing vegetables, grains, and perennial food crops with minimal fossil fuel and animal inputs / Will Bonsall
- Mycelial mayhem : growing mushrooms for fun, profit and companion planting / David and Kristin Sewak
This event is a part of the 2018 Growing Literacy Series.
Thanks to the generosity of the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust, Curtis Memorial Library is pleased to host a series of hands-on workshops at BTLT’s Tom Settlemire Community Garden.
Join us in 2018 as we relearn how to relax and read in the garden. Learn how to grow free plants, get produce without weeding, and create a productive space to relax and read. All garden workshops will include a parcel tour.
Unless otherwise noted, all programs will take place at the garden. The Tom Settlemire Community Garden is at the end of Maurice Drive in Brunswick, Maine. (For GPS use 90 Maurice Drive.) All programs are free and open to the public.
CSF – North is the location of one of our trail heads, as well as our Tom Settlemire Community Garden and Labyrinth in the Woods