Wild Abundance offers free online fall gardening course

Press release from Wild Abundance:

Spring isn’t the only time to start a garden that will produce delicious food. Planting in the middle of summer, for harvests throughout the fall and winter, can be just as rewarding.

From July 1 – 15, Wild Abundance is offering a free online Fall Gardening Course to help you get started with crops that are most likely to be successful and rewarding at this time of year. The video class covers 14 vegetables for fall and winter gardening, general growing tips for each crop, a guide to planting times, and step-by-step instruction on simple, inexpensive frost protection row cover setup. It’s taught by two knowledgeable instructors, Natalie Bogwalker and Chloe Lieberman, who have been gardening and living permaculture for decades.

“Both Natalie and Chloe were just SO knowledgeable and fun and interesting to listen to,” says Erin McLoughlin, a real estate agent in Asheville, NC. “It was perfect for me… it hit the ‘sweet spot’ between total beginner and more advanced. I found this information so useful for my backyard garden endeavors.”

Natalie and Chloe are also the primary instructors of Wild Abundance’s Online Gardening School, which is now open for summer enrollment through July 31st. The Online Gardening School includes an extensive video library covering topics from soil and compost to pest management, seeds and sowing, trellising, watering, fertility, and more. Each month, instructors cover step-by-step care for over 25 vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Students also get year-round access to real-time mentorship through the online classroom and regular live Q&A sessions.

Visit https://www.wildabundance.net/classes/fall-gardening/ for more information and to enroll in Wild Abundance’s free Fall Gardening Course.

Learn more about the Online Gardening School at https://www.wildabundance.net/classes/online-gardening-school/.

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