September 20th: Grow Vegetables in the Winter!

LifeCycles Fruit Tree Project presents:

How to grow wonderful vegetables during the winter!

This Winter Veggie Workshop will cover:

  • Planning your winter garden
  • Soil building as the key to success
  • Which vegetables grow best in our climate

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  • When: Tuesday, September 20th 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
  • Where: LifeCycles Unit # 2 – 625 Hillside Avenue Victoria, BC
  • Cost: $15 – includes reference material

Winter Veggie starts will also be available for sale.
The workshop will be hosted by Amy Crook a Certified Master Gardener

All proceeds from this workshop go to support LifeCycles Fruit Tree Project!

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED as space is limited.

For more info and to register please email

fruittree@lifecyclesproject.ca
or phone (250) 383-5800

Register your Fruit Tree here: www.lifecyclesproject.ca


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