Gardening Workshop: Seed Starting for Beginners | Bernal Heights
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This is the second totally free gardening workshop led by Antonio Roman-Alcala. This class will focus on the essential process of coaxing a plant from a seed. We may think that it’s a straightforward process (nature does it all the time, right?), but for growing vegetables and fruits, there is a lot to consider when starting seeds. Learn the foundations for effective germination of tomatoes, squash, beans, greens, lettuce, and more, as well as some basics on maintaining your babies as they grow.
Speaker Antonio Roman-Alcala will begin studying the cultural prospects for urban sustainability at UC Berkeley, attempting to forge a connection between academic and activist approaches to social change, while saving some time to plant and tend to his own garden (and hopefully do some seed saving!).
Gardening Workshop: Seed Starting for Beginners
Tuesday, June 22 – 6:00PM
Red Hill Books – 401 Cortland Avenue San Francisco, CA 94110
Tags: Bernal Heights, Free, Gardening, Lecture, Outdoors
Categories: Lectures & Workshops, San Francisco