What: “Raising Tomatoes” Class, part of Second Saturdays Education, led by DCG Master Gardeners
When: Saturday, February 13, 2016, 11 am
Where: Dunwoody Community Garden Greenhouse Complex (opposite the skate park in Brook Run, 4770 Georgia Way So.)
Cost: FREE to the public, but DCG Barn seats about 50, so come early and enjoy a donut and a cup of coffee
Details: Master Gardener Richard Osterholz will explain how and when to start and plant tomatoes, the benefits of planting seeds vs. transplants, heirloom vs. hybrid, proper care including weeding, watering, mulching, pruning and fertilization, problem-solving and more.
Visitors can also browse the DCG’s library of garden books and visit the greenhouses where DCG’s crop of more than thirty varieties of organic tomatoes has been started, to be sold at the DCS Spring Plant Sale in the second week of April.
For more details, please visit www.dcgo.org.