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Getting to the Root of It: Enhancing Your Outdoor Living Space

Institute for Learning in Retirement
Getting to the Root of It:  Enhancing Your Outdoor Living Space

Is there something you’re still looking for in the way of creating that perfect outdoor living space, or do you want to know more about growing food in your garden? This course is a potpourri of things you can do to enhance that space, as well as tips for better ways to grow food in the garden. Jim Gottfried - 9/14 and 9/21 - Basic Landscape Design Theory and Layout Techniques. Plan your project before you start digging! Robert Morris - 9/28 - Planting Outdoors: Layered Landscaping, Companion Plants - Plants That Grow Well Together, and Colors That Work. Marcus McCartney - 10/5 - Soils and Nutrient Management Lyndsay Biehl - 10/12 - Cutting gardens, seed starting, low maintenance perennials, best varieties, fertilizing and maintenance Rebecca Phillips - 10/19 - Planting for Pollinators Bob Rothwell - 10/26 - Vegetable Gardening - How to Grow Good Food Marcus McCartney - 11/2 - Noxious and Invasive Weeds and Organic and Non-organic Pest Control Cost: $30 Limit: 90 participants Day & Time: Fridays, 3-5 PM Dates: September 14, 21, 28, October, 5, 12, 19, 26, November 2 Location: 124 Thomas Hall

Stock number:4271440 Price:$30.00

Withdrawals made up to one week before classes begin will receive full refund. After that, 50% will be refunded.