Library Talks Begin This Weekend

peas under row cover

Time to release the peas from their floating row cover and build a trellis.

It’s time for edible gardening, even in the library.

As part of the Seattle Public Library’s Edible Garden series, I’ll be giving talks on growing cool. The first one is this Sunday in West Seattle.

I’ll talk about my favorite cool-season vegetables, and what soil and climate conditions they like. I’ll show lots of pictures, answer questions and even share some veggie seeds.

greens ready to plant

These greens are ready to plant.

You also will learn about the many ways you can get your edibles growing better by using season extension techniques, which are the secret tools of the year-round vegetable grower.

Make a date and join me:


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p.m. — Seattle Public Library, West Seattle branch.

May 4, 2 p.m. — Seattle Public Library, Montlake branch.

May 20, 6 p.m. — Seattle Public Library, Greenwood branch.

These library events are free and open to everyone. No pre-registration is required.


Picking some radishes when small helps to thin them so the others will size up.

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