City People's Garden Store has announced a number of free gardening workshops that will take place during the month of March. To register, call 206-324-0737 or email email@example.com. City People's is at 2939 E. Madison St.
Planting for the Small Garden
Saturday, March 10, 11 a.m. to noon
Richard Greenberg teaches this popular class for the postage stamp lot, the balcony, the p-patch plot, and other areas where space is limited.
Happy Hour Garden
Saturday, March 17, 10-11 a.m.
Join the owners of Seattle Farm School to learn how to take your entertaining to the next level with ingredients you can grow in your own backyard. This class is about gardening, mixology and cooking
The Four Season Container Display
Sunday, March 18, 11 a.m. to noon
Learn how to use an evergreen anchor and change up the supporting plants in a container to create displays that feel fresh and seasonal year-round. Garden Coach and Designer Susan Papanikolas of How Does Your Garden Grow will teach tips and techniques for successful container gardening, and talk about plant combinations, all while she demonstrates the potting up process.
Start An Urban Cutting Garden
Saturday, March 24, 11 a.m. to noon
Agnes P. Cwalina, owner of Hori Hori Flowers, will speak about plants that work best for the cutting garden as well as plants that offer harvests for a unique table arrangement, all on a city lot.
Wild Edibles in the Kitchen
Sunday, March 25, 11 a.m. to noon
Join experienced forager and writer Jeremy Puma as we discuss a number of local wild edible plants and how to creatively employ them in the home kitchen. Edible mushrooms are not included in this overview.