Keep Coppell Beautiful Environmental Education is offering a Secrets of Tomato Gardening class on Saturday, March 14 from 11:00 am – 12:30 pm at the Biodiversity Education Center, 367 Freeport Parkway at Wagon Wheel Park.
Tomatoes are a favorite in North Texas vegetable gardens. There is nothing like a vine-ripened tomato. Many gardeners find growing tomatoes in the Texas climate especially challenging. Attend this class to tried and true methods of growing juicy, delicious tomatoes perfect for spring salads from expert Texas gardeners.
Farm Girl Donelle Simmons will let us in on all of the secrets to growing organic and disease-free tomatoes in our environment. Donelle will bring her passions about gardening and real food into the classroom. Donelle, along with her mother Marilyn, grow and feed 15 families a year through their educational Community Sustainable Agriculture (CSA), offer an organic gardening radio show, speak at national conferences, and garden coaching advice to help others grow bountiful gardens.
There is no charge for this class and registration is not required. There is a 300 meter walk from the parking lot to the Biodiversity Education Center. Use the Wagon Wheel Park entrance off of Freeport Parkway and follow the signs to the Biodiversity Education Center.