Spring is the time to get out in the garden and the Ogden Botanical Garden
is offering some classes to get you out in the yard and working.
USU Horticulturist Jerry Goodspeed shares information on the upcoming
April – Backyard Bounties – Get Growing!
Gardening Mini Classes: Raised Beds, Planting Trees and Shrubs, Growing
Perennials & Composting
Learn how to build and use a successful raised bed for vegetables,
raspberries, strawberries and even fruit trees. Includes selecting and
planting ornamental trees, shrubs and perennials, and composting
When: April 14th 9am – 12pm
Where: Ogden Botanical Gardens
Cost: $14 Members, $20 Public
To register click here
9am Compost Class
Get the most out of your growing space by learning the basics of
composting. Compost is a rich soil amendment that will benefit your
garden plants and the environment. Instructor: Bob Saunders, Weber
County Master Gardener.
10am Raised Beds Class
Learn how to build and plant a successful raised bed for vegetables,
flowers, berries, grapes and even fruit trees. Instructor: Pat Westaway,
Weber County Master Gardener.
11am Planting Trees and Shrubs
Learn how to select and properly plant the right trees and shrubs for your
landscape. Instructor: Monte Stewart, Ogden City Urban Forester