Date(s) - Tue Oct 27, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Yes, we’ve already had snow, but it’s not too late!
Do you want to learn how to start seeds but have problems growing them in the house? Then join Dolly Foster, accredited horticulturalist, for this live, online session! Winter Sowing is a method of starting seeds outdoors, in the winter. It is best for seeds that need to be stratified (a short cold period) in order to germinate. By winter sowing you are taking advantage of the natural temperatures and length of day to trigger germination. Germination rates are usually quite high. The advantages of winter sowing are many! You do not need seed trays, lights, to treat your soil for damping-off disease, or worry about your seedlings drying out.
Free and open to anyone age 18 and older!
To enroll, contact CURE at [email protected] or 219-980-6978 by Monday, Oct. 26.