🍓HOW TO: GROW FRUITS & BERRIES THAT ARE LOW-MAINTENANCE, PRODUCTIVE & BEAUTIFUL🍐

 

This workshop (on Saturday, August 17th) explores the many edible shrubs and trees that are available to us for our homesteads and will address questions such as “which ones are right for me?” “which ones fit my particular microclimate?” and “how can I get them established and maintain them successfully?”

John is particularly interested in under-utilized plants that have great potential yet have been overlooked, as well as best practices for those that deserve their excellent reputation.

Classes will be held on his homestead in Vashon, from 10am – 12pm (maximum 12 people).

Tickets can be purchased here.

HomeGrown Organics originally opened as a sustainable landscaping company serving the Seattle area. The Seattle branch of HGO continues to serve urban families seeking to establish and maintain their outdoor spaces resourcefully and creatively in the city.

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We specialize in:

-Food Forests
-Native Plantings
-Rainwater Harvesting
-Ponds & Water Features
-Recycled Materials
-Animal Systems
-Artful Fences & Gates
-Infrastructure
-Outdoor Spaces

 

 

Additional upcoming class:

HOW TO: CHICKENS AND DUCKS, THINGS TO AVOID, WAYS TO CREATE YOUR OWN POULTRY OASIS
Sept. 14, 2019 10:00am – 12:00pm

This workshop will cover the basics of bird raising for eggs, meat or companionship and will be relevant for those just starting out and those who have experience but want to learn more. John’s approach to raising poultry is inspired by permaculture: allowing chickens to most fully express their chicken-ness while also being simple, relatively low-maintenance, and integrated within the rest of the garden.

We can’t wait to see you!💚👋

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