Green Acres offers free seed-starting workshop at all seven locations
So many seed varieties! Learn how to germinate them and get seedlings off to the best start during a Feb. 10 workshop at all seven area Green Acres sites. Kathy Morrison
Find out at free workshops at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 10, offered by Green Acres Nursery & Supply.
All seven Green Acres locations will host “Starting from Seed,” part of the chain’s Garden Talk series. Green Acres garden gurus will offer their expert advice on how to get seeds off to their best beginnings, then keep them growing strong.
These workshops will focus on the basics: How to get seeds to sprout and then keep them going. Green Acres staff also will offer tips on which vegetables and flowers are easiest to grow and shortcuts for success. Find out what are the best growing mediums for seed starting and other needs such as light and warmth. Also learn how to avoid seed starting pitfalls such as “damping off.”
No advance registration is necessary; just show up with your questions and the ability to take notes.
Green Acres are located in Sacramento, Auburn, Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Rocklin and Roseville.
For details and directions: https://idiggreenacres.com/.
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