Sweetwater Workshop Series: A Local Food Security Program: Springtime Container Gardening with Willow LaMonte

Sunday, February 3rd 12:30-2:30

The easiest and most popular time for growing vegetables in central Florida is the warm, mild springtime. Urban growers can create organic gardens in safe, plastic-free containers. Learn techniques for planting from seeds or transplants, avoiding overcrowding and plant diseases, growing nutritious microgreens, natural pest prevention, and extending the season.

Folk Herbalist Willow LaMonte is a long-time organic gardener and wild crafter. She is a member of the American
Herbalist Guild, the Florida Herb Society, and United Plant Savers. Amidst oak trees in Valrico she grows a small
organic herb nursery and botanical gardens, Willow Herbal Delight Gardens, using Permaculture methods. She
loves to dream in Neolithic.

Location

Sweetwater Organic Community Farm
6942 W. Comanche AVE
Tampa, FL 33634
United States

Presenting Organization

Name: 
Sweetwater Organic Community Farm
Phone: 
813-877-4066

Ticketing Information

Name: 
Elizabeth Murray
Phone: 
813-877-4066
Additional: 
Suggested donation $15-25, cash or check only. Please RSVP.
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