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Planning and
Designing a Kitchen Garden

Kitchen gardens are made for intensive cultivation, so they are usually smaller than traditional vegetable plots, can easily be fenced to deter deer and other critters, and they can look lovely! Mark Ragland helps you realize your kitchen garden in time for you to get your hands dirty and creative juices flowing for the spring thaw. Mark covers planning, preparation, and plant selection, in this virtual class.

This is an online class conducted via Zoom.  

Register Member $30

Register Non-Member $36

Date:
Saturday, March 6, 2021
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Event Details

Planning and Planting a Kitchen GardenGES: HL, 1.5, elective*

This class offers 1.5 hours of elective credit toward the Garden Education Series: Gardening and Garden Design Certificate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet the instructor

Mark Ragland is past chairman of the Virginia Commonwealth Unit of the Herb Society of America, an avid photographer, lifelong traveler and self-proclaimed foodie. Gardening since age 12, the gardens at his home in southern Virginia were featured on PBS and in Country Gardens. He presents regularly across Virginia on such topics as herbs, vegetables, garden design, photography and tea.