Sowing Seeds Outdoors in the Winter
- $5.00 - Member
- $10.00 - Non-Member
Michelle is a Washington County Master Gardener and has taught gardening classes to the community for the past 20 years. She is excited about sharing her knowledge and experience sowing seeds outdoors in the winter. According to Michelle, “Outside gardening doesn’t have to stop during the long winter months. Sowing seeds outdoors in the winter is easy, rewarding, and inexpensive.” This method of growing seeds uses recyclables to make mini-greenhouses. The greenhouses are placed outside in the winter and spring months. Because nature controls the germination of winter-sown seeds, plants are hardier than artificially forced indoor plants. Outside sowing is fun, rewarding, and takes a much more leisurely pace than inside sowing. In addition to teaching gardening classes, Michelle owns Riedel Photography and is a photographer and writer for Northern Gardener magazine.
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