Wed, Apr 13, 2022

5:30 PM – 6:30 PM PDT (GMT-7)

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University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 92697, United States




In the southern California garden there are two seasons: warm and cool! Spring marks the beginning of the warm season. From soil preparation and seed starting to fertilizing and pest control, get the knowledge needed for a successful and long lasting harvest.

Join us on Zoom with Shelly Trainor, Master Gardener.

The University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) Master Gardeners of Orange County, California, are a dedicated group of trained volunteers that provide assistance and share information about gardening in and around the Orange County area. The purpose of the Master Gardener Program is to extend research-based, scientifically accurate information to the public about home horticulture and pest management.

Ever since becoming a UC Master Gardener several years ago, Shelly has been using her own "small-space" garden as her lab to experiment with edibles, succulents and native plants in pots and in the landscaping.  The experimentation always has to be visually attractive or at least interesting since her growing space is her front yard. Shelly loves sharing her gardening successes and failures by creating and giving presentations through the UC Master Gardener – Orange County Speakers Bureau.  

File Attachments: PlantingChart, Planting_Guide_1, Vegetables_Warm_Season_1, Vegetables_Warm_Season_2, Vegetables_Warm_Season_Varieties

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UCI Housing Sustainability and Verano Place
Co-hosted with: Verano Place Housing Community, Graduate and Family Housing

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