Gardeners to discuss:
'What's Eating My Plants?'
The Chatham Community Garden will hold its All-Gardener Annual Meeting on Tuesday, March 26, with a guest speaker answering the question: “What's eating my vegetables and plants”.
All plot-holders at the Community Garden -- and all gardeners throughout the Chathams -- are invited to attend the meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Library of the Chathams Lundt Meeting Room. The guest speaker will be Master Gardener Irilona Ontscherenki representing the Rutgers Coopeative Extension.
A limited number of plots at the Community Garden are still available for the 2019 season. More information and applications are available on the Chatham Borough and Chatham Township websites. Plots at the Community Garden are ideal for people who love to grow fresh vegetables and flowers, but who don't have enough space or sunshine for a garden at their home, townhouse or apartment.
Full 10X10 plots cost $35 for the entire 2019 season. Half plots are available for $18.
In addition to the guest speaker, the All Gardeners Meeting will feature gift certificates to The Farm at Green Village as door prizes, a free seed and gardening book exchange, refreshments, and advice on how to grow a better garden.
The goal of the Chatham Community Garden is to provide an environment for individuals and families to grow a thriving garden, to build and nurture community friendships, and to share and grow gardening skills.