Most gardeners are familiar with growing summer vegetables, but not many know how to keep up the production through fall, winter, and into next spring.
This class will answer five questions:
• How are cool-season crops different from warm-season crops?
• Which vegetables are best suited for growing during fall and winter?
• What are the benefits of growing vegetables year-round?
• When should you sow seeds or put transplants in the garden for the fall/winter crop?
• How to protect your tender plants through fall and winter?
Our speaker Sherry Holley is an Oregon State University Extension Master Gardener who teaches for the award-winning 10-Minute University™ Program. Sherry’s expertise spans growing vegetables, fruiting trees, shrubs, and vines, and raised bed gardening. She has many educational videos to her credit. Sherry and her husband subsistence farm their home garden and several plots at a community garden.