Since April, the Altadena Community Garden has been raising funds to redesign and plant the strip of land, laden with invasive plants and litter, surrounding the garden at the intersection of Lincoln Ave. and Palm St. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the Altadena Community Garden’s Corner Revitalization Project. Or contact garden president Silvera Grant at email@example.com or 626-398-9840 .
If you haven’t yet paid your garden dues, please send a check today to Altadena Community Garden Treasurer Sarah Hunt at 3663 Giddings Ranch Road, Altadena, CA 91001.
Dues are $73.00 for garden members and $30.00 for associate members.
Our dues are critical in supporting the maintenance of our community garden and the many programs we offer. Please submit your payment today.
Learn to grow your own vegetables and become a certified UC Victory Gardener through the Grow LA Victory Garden Initiative at the Altadena Community Garden. Register early as these popular classes fill up fast!
Beginning Classes: Saturdays, March 2, 9, 16 and 23. Topics will include soil preparation, plant selection, seed starting and transplanting, harvesting, composting, planting raised beds, irrigation, building raised beds, integrated pest management, container planting and seed saving.
Intermediate Classes: Saturdays, April 13, 20, 27 and May 4 (Topics forthcoming)
Cost: $55 for each series or $15 per class
Registration: Contact Jeri Huston 626-345-5466 firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the UC Cooperative Extensions, Los Angeles County, visit http://celosangeles.ucdavis.edu
Topic: Roses: Planting, Pruning & Propagating
When: Saturday February 2, 2013, 11:00 a.m.
Where: Altadena Community Garden
What to bring: Your own gloves, clippers
The Altadena Community Garden and Pasadena Learning Gardens is offering a free workshop on Saturday February 2, 2013 at 11 a.m. at the Altadena Community Garden. Learn from Master Gardener Mark Rice and local rose expert Elvira Smith during this free hands-on workshop.
Bring gloves and clippers and, if you would like to start your own roses from clippings, one- or five-gallon plant containers filled with garden soil.
Please consider helping: We hope this workshop will mark the beginning of a community of rose experts who will transform the toil of winter pruning into valuable learning opportunities for others. If you’re a knowledgeable rose person and want to get involved please contact Mark.Rice@alumni.usc.edu or 626-272-2752.