Berkeley County Library System (BCLS) will co-host Garden and Grow: Planting Vegetable Seeds with Christopher Burtt, Cooperative Extension Area Horticulture Agent, for Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties, on Saturday, February 4 from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. The event will take place at Goose Creek Library, located at 325 Old Moncks Corner Rd., Goose Creek.
REGISTRATION: Registration to attend Garden and Grow: Planting Vegetable Seeds is required and open. Visit berkeleylibrarysc.libcal.com/event/9773500 to sign up for limited seating.
BCLS is also happy to announce our Seed Library availability for checkouts. A maximum of two seed packets may be checked out with an adult library card per checkout session with a maximum amount of two holds per adult card. Visit berkeleylibrarysc.org/online-catalog/ and search Seed Library for the current seed collection.
Burtt, who is a Cooperative Extension Area Horticulture Agent, will discuss Lowcountry gardening tasks required during winter. He has worked with Clemson University for over five years with previous experience in nursery and landscaping. He coordinates the Tri-County Master Gardener program and assists homeowners and Nurseries with technical support.
“Spring is the best time for planting many annuals such as vegetables. We can start our transplants now in plenty of time for planting in spring. Starting seeds is an excellent way to expand your selection of vegetable types as well as allow for better input with how they are grown. We will cover the basics for starting seeds in preparation for spring.”
-Christopher Burtt, Clemson University Cooperative Extension Area Horticulture Agent
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