In the milder areas of BC you can grow all the greens you want for a salad practically 12 months a year. Learn which varieties to choose, when and how to start, transplant, and harvest, how to protect from frost and how to make the greens an ornamental planting.
This is a FREE course that will take place virtually on Zoom. *Please REGISTER here to receive the link and event material & updates.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Dorothee Kieser has been a certified Master Gardener for 12 years. She brings to the library seminars her scientific approach (from her career as a biologist) as well as a wealth of experience from her own extensive home orchards, vegetable, flower, and rhododendron gardens. In addition to her volunteer work with the Master Gardeners Dorothee is an active member the Beban Learning Garden (a large, local community garden which features a greenhouse), and has given numerous seminars on many gardening topics to gardening clubs and associations. Dorothee is President for the Vancouver Island Chapter, is one of the chapter’s mentors to our new members, and is part of the steering committee who ensures high standards are kept for our basic training program at VIU.
The Vancouver Island Master Gardeners Association (VIMGA) is a chapter of the Master Gardeners Association, an international service society of specially trained volunteers who teach science-based sustainable gardening practices to home gardeners. VIMGA is one of the 5 chapters in the British Columbia Association and partnering with the Victoria chapter, specializes in the stewardship of Vancouver Island’s unique environment.