Seed Starting Tips

If you’ve ever seen a volunteer tomato, dill or squash seedling pop up unexpectedly in your garden plot, you may think that starting seeds is as easy as dropping them in the soil and waiting. And it is – given the right temperature, moisture, soil, and passage of time. But getting...

Starting Onions from...

Although onions may seem like a fairly cheap “staple” vegetable not worthy of a spot in the urban garden, the truth is- they are one of the easiest vegetables to grow. Onions have few pests/diseases in our area and they require little maintenance other than watering to yield...

March Classes &...

March is a busy month at PGP! Whether you’re ready to get your garden started in our seed-starting class or you want to cook up some delicious dumplings at our Community Cooking School, there’s something for all ages and interests on our March calendar! Looking for something...