Grow Your Own Salad, 3/10

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Grow Your Own Salad, 3/10

75.00

with Sierra Vasquez - Homestead Design Collective

Saturday March 10th, 10-11:30

Limit 15 students

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In the Bay Area, it's possible to grow all that you need for delicious, hearty salads each and every season. Join Sierra Vasquez of Homestead Design Collective to learn how to make the most of your salad garden, or start one from scratch. She'll dive into soil preparation, growing greens by seed and transplant, plant placement, and fertilization. She'll also share her favorite seasonal varieties of classic and unusual greens and recipes to put them to use in delicious, inventive ways. You'll leave with all of the tools to grow and enjoy an abundance of garden-to-table salad all year long! 

* First + second image photo credit: Homestead Design Collective/David Fenton. Fourth image photo credit: Homestead Design Collective/Erin Scott

Sierra Vasquez is a Lead Edible Gardener with Homestead Design Collective. Previously, she farmed for the French Laundry, which evoked her passion for the plant to plate experience, rare plant varietals, and unique growing techniques. She is a third generation orchid grower from Southern California, and she spent her childhood working alongside her father and grandfather to learn the art of orchid growing. Today, she is a modern day homesteader based in Sonoma County, where she lives with five beloved chickens and grows most of her own organic produce. See more about Homestead Design Collective @homesteaddesigncollective