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Valley View Farms has scheduled seminars to be helpful and fun for our community. In addition to our classes, we have many informative handouts, plant diagnostic services, water testing for ponds, and extraordinary signage on all of our plants. Most important, we have friendly, knowledgeable personnel to assist in any way we can.

April
  • Tomato Tornado

  • Saturday, April 30 & Sunday, May 1

  • We will have tomato starter plants featuring over 70 varieties, including many heirlooms, 12 varieties in larger plants, Tumbler tomatoes in hanging baskets, plenty of signs highlighting the features of each variety as well as take-home handouts.
May
  • Tomato Tornado

  • Saturday, April 30 & Sunday, May 1

  • We will have tomato starter plants featuring over 70 varieties, including many heirlooms, 12 varieties in larger plants, Tumbler tomatoes in hanging baskets, plenty of signs highlighting the features of each variety as well as take-home handouts.
  • Pepper Palooza

  • Saturday, May 14 & Sunday, May 15

  • Peppers ranging from sweet bell and snacking peppers to super hot Trinidad, Ghost and Armegeddon peppers are part of our seasonal mix. This weekend we will add 25 varieties in limited numbers to try, including many AAS award winners. Each variety is well signed and take-home handouts are available.
June
  • Q&A Book Party

  • Sunday, June 5

  • Gardening Book and Author Event featuring friends and local authors.
  • Kathy Jentz and Teri Speight will be here answering your questions and signing books: "The Urban Garden" and "Black Flora." Kim Roman, author of " How to Garden Indoors and Grow Your Own Food Year Round" joins us to discuss her book and growing methods.

Should your club or community like to meet at Valley View Farms for a private gardening class, please contact Carrie Engel by email carrie@valleyviewfarms.com, or by phone, 410-527-0700. We often host groups including garden clubs, civic associations and organizations like The Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Master Gardeners and 4-H.

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