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Greening Small Spaces: Square Foot and Container Gardening

Three raised beds made of wood and full of vegetable plants in from of a condo deck

Dive into the art and science of maximizing your limited outdoor or indoor space with this presentation on Small Space and Container Gardening. This session is specially designed for those with a passion for greenery but constrained by the size of their gardening space or for those starting a small space garden. Led by a Master Gardener David Sweenor, learn how to transform even the smallest of areas into a flourishing garden. Whether it’s a balcony, a modest backyard, a collection of containers, or just a corner of your room. This lecture is a must-attend for urban dwellers, apartment residents, or anyone looking to embrace gardening in a limited area. 

What You Will Learn:

  •      Square Foot Gardening: An introduction to this revolutionary approach that allows you to grow more in less space; perfect for small gardens and container setups.
  •      Efficient Use of Space: Techniques for vertical gardening, choosing multi-purpose plants, and making the most of every square inch.
  •      Container Gardening Essentials: Selecting the best containers, soil types, and plants that thrive in confined spaces.
  •      Plant Care Tips: Expert advice on watering, feeding, and maintaining your plants to keep them healthy and vibrant.
  •      Designing Your Space: Creative ideas and inspiration for arranging your plants in visually stunning ways.

Embark on your journey to creating a lush, productive garden no matter the size of your space!

This event is supported by the UVM Extension Master Gardener program.

The Library is ADA accessible, patrons are asked to call (802) 846-4140 in advance if special services are required.

Masks may be worn in the library and at any library program.