Holly Hill Farm
Growing & Gardening Workshops: A Four-Part Workshop Series in Scituate
Sponsored by: Scituate Education Foundation
Thanks to the Scituate Education Foundation for their commitment to community education and for making this workshop series available to the public free of charge. (We welcome attendees from all towns!)
Holly Hill Farm’s Community Outreach Director, and gardening guru, Jon Belber will lead an educational four-part series just in time for spring planting! Perfect for seasoned or new at-home gardeners!
Come to one, or join us for all four!
Advance registration required.
Preparing the Garden: MARCH 30
Learn how to get the soil ready with some regenerative strategies, compost and garden prep. Turn an unnecessary grassy patch to a wonderful growing area. (Appleton Field/Clapp Road)
Early Seeds: APRIL 6th
Come ready to sow seeds directly in the ground, learn about cool hardy crops and protection in these early, lovely days of Spring. (Teak Sherman Community Garden Rte 3A and First Parish Rd)
Native Seedlings & Perennial Herbs: APRIL 13
Help plant new Native seedlings and seeds and hardy perennial herbs in the newly constructed mixed-growing area. Learn about the benefits of growing Native seeds for our environment. (Appleton Field/Clapp Road)
Planting and Transplanting: APRIL 20
Let’s heel in some ready transplants and direct sow some seasonal seeds. This community space is eager to have a variety of plants that will yield great produce, vegetables and fruit.(New Garden Space at Scituate Senior Center, First Parish Road)