Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Grow Garlic

On Sunday at 5pm on September 20th, I'll be leading a garlic growing workshop at the Altadena Community Center. It's $5 at the door, and no RSVP is required. If you plan on attending, please bring a copy of this handout to take notes on. I'll answer all the questions on it and more!

Prepare for a garlicky-good time. Some of you will win door prizes, some of you—the daring ones—will leave with garlic-reeking breath, and all of you will leave with new information. I hope you can make it.

11 comments:

Lucy said...

Have a fantastic time. Wish I lived just a little closer!

ann said...

Me too!! I have some garlic set aside that I'd like to grow this year. Wish I could attend.

Jill Davis Doughtie said...

Very cool! I'm going to try to come.

AmyR said...

Oh darn, I wish I was in town this weekend!! Have a great time. :)

Christina said...

Lucy and Ann: You've been emailed.

Jill: I hope you can make it.

AmyR: Maybe next time?

Sal said...

Sounds like a fun time! Garlic is such a multifaceted food. Of course, I live nowhere near Altadena. :(

Aussiemade said...

Wonderful, garlic is something I love growing, I have over 200 cloves in my garden as we speak getting ready for our summer harvesting..nothing like using your own home grown. I am sure it will be a very educational and fun experience

AJK said...

How did the Garlic presentation go? I planted my Garlic about 2 weeks ago. Some are just starting to pop out their slender sprouts.

altadenahiker said...

I tell you, Altadena is going to smell like Gilroy come spring. We're all planting your favorites.

Another Outspoken Female said...

With organic garlic being so scarce and expensive this time of year in Aus I really wish I had planted some this year! The class sounds great. (Thanks for your well wishes about my holiday....I'm slowly getting up some posts about Malaysia so you can enjoy it vicariously :)

brian b. said...

garlic is fun to use!
I always add some garlic to my dishes.