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Monday, December 19, 2011

Urban Gardening Classes Are Great Gifts for Green Thumbs

Posted By on Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 11:30 AM

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What: Urban Gardening School

Where: 18 Reasons

When: Third Wednesdays and Saturdays, January-June

Cost: Sliding scale: $350-$425

The rundown: 18 Reasons has compiled a series of new classes and owner Rosie Branson Gill says, "We think [they] would be excellent gifts this holiday season." We agree! One of the most interesting is the Urban Gardening School. Each course is an in-depth opportunity for home gardeners to learn how to improve their skills and have a ton of fun while they do it. Gill says, "These are classes for anyone, and not designed to turn people into professional gardeners, but rather to re-train home gardeners to be able to grow delicious food!" Take your urban homesteading to the next level, Laura Ingalls Wilder.

When you're done, SFoodie is available for taste testing, should you need to make sure those tomatoes are perfectly ripe. The things we do for you people!

To learn more about the Urban Gardening classes, check out 18 reasons.

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