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Organic Vegetable Garden Basics — Online

Organic Vegetable Garden Basics — Online

Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 4:00pm - 5:30pm
1431 Waverley Street Palo Alto, CA 94301


Learn the essentials of planning and caring for a vegetable garden using organic methods, including how to arrange your crops within your space using the square-foot-gardening method, when and how to plant seeds and seedlings, how to water, and how to minimize weeds, pests and disease.

A step-by-step worksheet for creating your own plan will be included. Questions may be asked during the class through “chat” and will be answered as time permits.

Gamble is excited to be able to offer this wonderful class though the historic Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1893, Phipps’ history of excellence serves as a platform to demonstrate that people, plants, health, planet and beauty are inextricably interconnected.

This class will be held via Zoom. Attendees can join with a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device. If you do not have a Zoom account, download Zoom and create a free account prior to the class. Gamble Garden will email all registered attendees the class Zoom link 1-2 days prior to the class.


April 13, 4:00 pm Pacific Time. Registration for this class will close on April 5.


$25 $18.50 per person *Get a 26% discount when you register with Gamble Garden*


Gabe Tilove
Gabe is the Associate Director of Adult Education and Community Outreach for Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens where his responsibilities include oversight of Phipps Master Gardener program and their edible garden outreach program, Homegrown, which installs backyard raised bed vegetable gardens for families in food insecure neighborhoods. Gabe is a lifelong vegetable gardener, avid canner, and urban chicken keeper.

Allison Glick
Allison is Garden Installation Coordinator for Phipps’ Homegrown program. She leads the building of the backyard gardens and plants with the participants. Joining Phipps, Allison worked for several seasons at an organic vegetable farm in central Pennsylvania.