Gardeners in Galveston County, Texas, will soon have the opportunity to attend a number of seminars that will help them improve their garden and greenhouse skills.
The seven classes are being laid on by the Galveston County Master Gardeners and will kick off with a useful kitchen gardens seminar.
Attendees will be treated to an explanation of how to transform their yards into useful kitchen gardens, according to the Galveston Daily News.
The two-hour seminar will show how to take the initial concept and turn it into reality and will take place at the Galveston County Extension Office in Dickinson.
Galveston master gardener Mary Demeny will lead the seminar and will cover growing onions, carrots, peppers, broccoli, cabbage and beets among others.
Other seminars include Square Foot Gardening, which shows how to make the best of limited space.
This seminar will be led by John Jons and will delve into soil improvement, growing vegetables and making best use of available resources.
Galveston Master Gardeners is affiliated with Texas A&M University, and assists and educates gardeners throughout the county.