Black Gold for Your Garden: Composting Simplified – Tuesday, May 9 at 6:30 PM
Everyone has kitchen scraps, clippings from house and garden plants, leaves and brush available for recycling from our homes and gardens. Why not take some time and a little effort to turn these resources into compost? Gardeners call compost “black gold”. By adding just a half inch layer of compost to your soil is a perfect way to grow better flowers and vegetables. The topic of vermicompost (worm culture) will also be covered. Join Rutgers Master Gardener Wing-Yee Pavlosky on Tuesday, May 9 at, at 6:30PM and learn how by mixing larger quantities of “black gold” into your soil before planting your fruits and vegetables you will ensure a beautiful garden and a bountiful harvest. Registration is requested. To register, call the library at 973-584-2400 ext. 501 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.