I know I'm not the ideal person to be teaching a gardening class. I was hoping to inspire those who are green thumb challenged (like myself) but, still really want to grow a garden. I figured if I can do it, anyone can do it. Actually, most of these ladies sounded like they knew what they were doing but, it was great to talk & get suggestions & ideas from everyone. It was fun for me & I actually learned a lot in my research that will help me in my own garden. Hopefully, everyone went away feeling motivated & inspired. I used a quote from Janet Kilburn Phillips--"There are no gardening mistakes, only experiments." It's funny that I never even thought of that. I always figured I was just experimenting. It's definately better thinking of that way, don't you think?
These are the booklets that I made with my handouts in them. My color scheme was a sagey green & chocolate brown.
Here is my display table. Thanks to my fabulous sister for coming over & helping me with everything!
This is my little garden. I just planted tomatoes & bell peppers so, they are still small. My peas have fallen over from the winds but they are still growing strong. It was a great year for peas! I also planted some black raspberries (not pictured) up along the house. Another experiment. We'll see how they do.
This is my herb planter. I love the fresh herbs & I've had good luck with them.
Hopefully everything will grow & be nice and healthy this year. Happy gardening!