With spring right around the corner, a lot of Colorado gardeners find themselves spending the final days of winter daydreaming about their future garden; plump, juicy tomatoes clinging to the vine, colorful stalks of chard growing heavy under their own weight while crisp carrots take root and wait to join your dinner plate.
There is nothing quite like walking into your backyard and harvesting fresh vegetables to feed yourself and your family. But with 2,000 varieties of tomatoes alone, picking the right varieties of your favorite veggies can be daunting for new gardeners, but it does not have to be.
Join CSU Master Gardeners Debbie Moody and Kathi Thistlethwaite, Team Leaders at the Hudson Gardens Vegetable Demonstration Garden, who will help you wade through the choices and find what varieties are best in your garden. In this class, you will learn the difference between heirloom and hybrid, indeterminant and determinant vines, and what varieties are early, all season and late season producers and what varieties are best for containers.
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$15 per Member (discount applied in shopping cart)