Workshops | Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

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Do You Want To Start Your Own Veggie Garden?

NHMLA's master gardener Florence Nishida explains why we should start our own healthy vegetable garden at home. Fall gardening classes start soon, part of our new and expanded Workshops program! 
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Workshops

Our workshops provide you with hands-on experiences, relevant skills, and tell the natural history of specific topics. 

 

 

 Intro to Vegetable Gardening 2018! | February 25, March 4, 11 | 12 pm - 4:30 pm

Registration for this series will begin in November of 2017.

Create your own edible garden for fresh, organic produce by learning how to:
- Create good soil out of your current one
- What, how, and when to plant
- How much and how often to add compost and water
- Manage insect pests and encourage “good bugs”
- Increase yield and add variety 

Instructor
Florence Nishida, Master Gardener | growtips@gmail.com
 
Where
Natural History Museum | 900 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90007
 
Cost
Members: $100 for 3-week series
Non-members: $120 for 3-week series
Discounted to $80 for class series for residents of zip codes 90006, 90007, 90008, 90011, 90015, 90016, 90018, 90037, 90062, 90089 Discounts are limited and only available over the phone, call 213.763.3499 for availability.