KATONAH, N.Y. -- Gardeners, or those who want to be, will want to take part in the upcoming program at the John Jay Homestead on "Managing Weeds in the Organic Garden," on Wednesday, June 8.
The class, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., will teach attendees to learn to recognize and understand the life cycles of some of the most pesky and persistent weeds — and start getting them out of the garden with less effort.
Horticulturist and seed conservationist Shanyn Siegel will take attendees through an entire gardening season with interactive classes designed to help hone — or discover— their garden skills.
Classes explore every topic a vegetable gardener might be interested in and offer practical advice on how to easily maintain a bountiful kitchen garden.
Classes are held in the Glass Porch of John Jay’s Bedford House. Advance registration required; $35 per class, discounts for multiple-class or early registration.
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