Veggies gone WILD

feral vegEffortless food.  Imagine if your garden plot produced mind-boggling abounts of fresh organic veggies — without you hardly lifting a finger.  Wow.

With a little bit of prep work (and a little bit of know-how), you can have it — especially during SoCal’s cool season.

[pictured: a spontaneous sprouting of chard, arugula, amaranth, frisee, cilantro].

Our cool season is the perfect time to grow greens and peas and root vegetables.  I like to seed them during rainstorms!

Here’s a free tips sheet about Feral Vegetables.  Learn more at the garden class on November 9.

Feral Vegetables garden class
9am-11am, Sat. Nov. 9
Community Garden at Holy Nativity
6700 W. 83rd, LA 90045
$10 suggested donation

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About envirochangemakers

We are a community group in the Westchester neighborhood of Los Angeles (LA 90045 near LAX airport). Founded in 2005, we offer classes, events, and community gatherings focused on building a resilient future. We are part of the international Transition Network.
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