Learn to grow your own food at the Morton Arboretum
You’re all for the farm-to-table movement, but what if your “farm” is more like a fire escape?
Now you can learn to make the best of any patch of dirt during the Morton Arboretum’s upcoming edible gardening workshops. Take all five classes for $188 ($160 for members), or pick one class ($35/$43) that suits your style.
Community Garden Newbie In Fearless Food Gardening on March 7, you’ll get a beginners’ tutorial on how to grow great veggies. ??
Organic Obsessive Growing organic food is easier than you’d think--learn the ropes on March 14 from the Chicago woman behind this inspirational memoir.
Eccentric Eater Want to think outside the carrots-and-green-beans box? On March 21, get a lesson in keeping it weird from the author of the book and blog Kiss My Aster. ??
Indoor Gardener So you don’t have an actual plot of land? No problem--let the garden manager for chef Rick Bayless show you how to grow real food in your kitchen, on March 28. ??
Micro Gardener From a shady side yard to just a vertical wall, find out why small is the new big and which plants work best in offbeat places (April 11). ??
The Morton Arboretum, 4100 Illinois Route 53, Lisle; 630-968-0074 or mortonarb.org