Enjoy the bounty of your own backyard garden.

Backyard and balcony bounty

Backyard and balcony bounty at the Langley Demonstration Garden

Want to start growing your own food, but not sure where to begin? Join an expert food producer to learn about vegetable gardening in small spaces.

You don’t need a big space to grow a bounty of fresh herbs and vegetables. Learn how easy it is to grow your own veggies, in your backyard or on your balcony. Get great tips on organic gardening, and how to get your family involved.

On Monday, July 4, Langley residents can head over to the Langley Demonstration Garden for a fun and informative evening hosted by David Catzel of Glorious Organics Cooperative. Participants will learn tips for locating a veggie patch, what to grow and when to plant it. This workshop is great for introductory or intermediate home gardeners who want to make their space bountiful.

The workshop takes place at the Langley Demonstration Garden, 4887- 221 Street. Please RSVP by calling 604-532-3521 or email demogarden@tol.ca. The workshop is free and runs from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

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