2019 Fall Home Gardening Series
Are you a Mountain Transplant? Did you recently move to Hendersonville from some other part of the country? Then, learn to garden in western North Carolina by attending these classes offered by Henderson County Cooperative Extension.
HENDERSONVILLE: Henderson County Cooperative Extension continues its 2019 home gardening class series designed specifically for “Mountain Transplants,” residents who have moved to the area and want to learn more about gardening in Western North Carolina.
The ‘Mountain Transplants’ Series, which began in March and continues this fall, is made up of five stand-alone classes taught by local experts. Class size is limited, and registration one week before the Series or individual class is required. All classes will be held at the Henderson County Extension Center, 100 Jackson Park Road.
Fall Vegetable Gardening August 15, 2019 – 6:30pm-8:30pm
– Steve Pettis, Henderson County Commercial and Consumer Horticulture Agent, will teach attendees the basics of establishing a fall vegetable garden. Leafy greens, onions, garlic, and many other crops can be grown in WNC.