What to do in the Charleston Garden…in December/January

$10.00$15.00

December 2, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
What to do in the Charleston Garden…in December & January
with Chris Burtt, Clemson Extension Horticulture Agent


At the beginning of each month, Chris will give us an overview of garden tasks for the month, give in-depth instructions on some of those tasks and answer all your seasonal gardening questions.

What to look forward to in December/January:

We have two months for the price of one this month!

Christmas and the winter holidays are almost here which means taking a break in the garden. But there are plenty of things to do to finish up for the year such as plantings, harvesting, mulching and winter protection. We will discuss some of the plants of interest at this time of year as well as some tips on what to buy and prepare for the new year.

As we move into January, there is much that needs to be done. Planning for what is going to be planted for the Spring, organizing and planning to start seeds for the spring as well as preparing the areas for planting. We will discuss the various things to tend to during this quieter time in the garden. We will also discuss care for any plants that have been brought indoors for the winter.

Not able to attend the live session?  No problem – all registrants will receive a video link to access the workshop the Monday following the live workshop.  This link does not expire and you can refer back to the video for years to come!

About Chris: 

Christopher is a Horticulture Extension Agent with a focus on urban horticulture. He coordinates the Tri-county Master Gardener program. He assists homeowners as well as Nurseries and growers in providing technical support.

Details:

Cost is $10 members/$15 non-members. Registrants will receive a link to Zoom the morning of this workshop.   For a Zoom primer click HERE.

Clear
SKU: N/A Category:

Additional information

Member

Member, Non-member

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “What to do in the Charleston Garden…in December/January”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *