San Diego-a great place to be on October 11-13th

For those wanting to know the “whole story” about square foot gardening-this is a great event to attend.  Mel Bartholomew, the genius and inventor of the SFG, is running a 3 day symposium during these dates.  You know the weather will be great.  You’ll get to know how it all started, why it started, how it evolved, and the reason why Mel’s book eventually become the biggest gardening book in America.  He’s invited me to participate in a few things, but the workshop on the final day is the culmination of the whole course.   After completion you’ll receive your official certificate to be a certified SFG instructor.  You’ll also get to know other SFG instructors from your graduating class that will probably be lifelong friends.  You’ll meet all the great folks behind the scenes that will do everything in their power to be a successful gardener and instructor.  These people are the best!  The best part?  The interaction with Mel.  The “Father of Raised Beds” will be actively participating and teaching.  I hope if you’re able to attend that you will.  It’s not too costly and you’ll have an absolutely great time.  Click here to learn more.  There’s a lot of information out there on square foot gardening and how to do it.  You won’t have to rely on any of  that from now on if you can join us.  I hope to see some of you out there.

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