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SEED STARTING FOR SPRING
Love perusing all the amazing varieties in seed catalogs but not sure where to go from there? Join Wylde Center’s Executive Director, Stephaie Van Parys, and learn to take advantage of the tremendous variety available when you start your own vegetables from seed. This class is for both those who have never started plants from seed as well as those who have experienced challenges. In addition, Stephanie will show you how to turn “garbage” into mini greenhouses!
A wide and fun variety of seeds will be on hand for you to sow into your new “greenhouse,” and you’ll receive helpful tips on how to keep them all alive.
Please bring three clear or opaque plastic containers.
$30 for Wylde Center or Georgia Organics Members
$45 for Non-members
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About the Instructor:
Stephanie Van Parys has served as the Executive Director of the Wylde Center, formerly the Oakhurst Community Garden Project since March 2005. She lives in Decatur with her husband, three kids, chickens, dog, and a large garden. Stephanie shares what she knows about vegetable gardening with garden clubs, company lunch and learns, church groups, and civic groups. She has taught classes at the Atlanta Botanical Garden for over 14 years.