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Thursday June 18




It is tremendously satisfying to grow your own vegetables and yet perhaps you haven’t quite mastered the vegetable arts.  The  garden is  planted and growing  but now what? And why are there holes in my kale and where are my tomatoes? Is it too late to plant watermelon seed?  And what can I grow in summer and fall? This talk will assist novice gardeners to answer these and other perplexities and gain more inspiration to steady the food supply with lots of Q and A


Lawrence Davis-Hollander is the tall guy with the cowboy hat running Scoville’s Adult Programs.

He also happens to be a trained botanist, and at various times a garden writer, farmer, plant breeder, seed conservationist, professional gardener and more. He has been growing vegetables for far longer than he really wants to admit, and is heading into his sixth decade gardening.  He has collected corn seed on Indian reservations  and promoted star chefs before there were any. When not at the library he is growing vegetable and ornamental gardens for private clients.


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