Date(s) - Sun 29 Apr
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Idaho Botanical Garden
One million organisms can exist in a single pinch of soil. As a living, breathing foundation of garden landscapes, it’s important to take care of the world beneath our feet. This class will introduce basic soil structures, texturing skills, local soil types, and how organic matter can impact microbiological relationships that plants depend on.
INSTRUCTORS: Sierra Laverty, IBG Assistant Horticulture Director
COST: IBG Member: $15 • Non-Member: $20