1011 N. Woodlawn, St. Louis, MO 63122-2803
314-965-3070
Closed. Reopen March 1, 2018

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Beginning Tomato Gardening

April 25 @ 9:30 am - 10:30 am

FREE

Tomato Early Girl

In this informative and fun session you’ll learn the techniques and tips needed to grow and harvest a bumper crop of delicious tomatoes. Learn about unique heirloom varieties, grafted tomatoes, and patio tomatoes that can be grown in containers. You’ll hear about pruning, fertilizing, staking, the benefits of companion planting, and problems you may encounter. Plus, for tomato lovers short on space, we’ll tell you about the super dwarfs that produce full size fruit on small plants.

This class is FREE and no reservations are required.

Details

Date:
April 25
Time:
9:30 am - 10:30 am
Cost:
FREE
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Organizer

Kirkwood Nursery
Phone:
314-965-3070
Email:
mailscg@aol.com

Venue

Sugar Creek Gardens
1011 N. Woodlawn
Kirkwood, MO 63122 United States
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Phone:
314-965-3070
Website:
www.sugarcreekgardens.com
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    NEW PARKING LOT IS OPEN

    Our new parking lot and entrance way on the north side of the nursery have been completed. You can now enter the nursery from the bridge from the new parking lot. The original parking lot and entrance way may also be used.
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