Shut the Greenhouse Door!

Robin Haglund - Garden Mentors®
Workshop Level: Beginner
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Robin Haglund's garden coaching methods, design insights, her tips for gardening with pets, food growing, and her experiences with urban beekeeping are featured in several media sources, including Organic Gardening magazine, The New York Times, PBS’s "Growing a Greener World," Sunset magazine, HGTV’s "Landscapers' Challenge," Fiskars Gardening Experts, MSN, Garden Mentors® Garden Help Blog, Dog Park Wisdom, and The Seattle Times.



Workshop Description

One of the biggest challenges to Pacific Northwest gardeners is our long, chilly, wet spring that often lasts well into summer. In this DIY-focused session, learn how employing season-extending tools and structures makes it easy to warm things up so you can cultivate all sorts of plants successfully – edibles and otherwise. Garden Mentors®’ Robin Haglund will provide her firsthand accounts plus a hands-on opportunity to explore many choices available — from single-plant cloches to small urban greenhouses (and everything in between.) Whether you prefer to recycle used plastics, construct a movable DIY tunnel house, build a cold frame, or just want to learn more about designing a smart urban farm that incorporates these elements, this session is for you!

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Speaker Bio

Robin Haglund, founder and president of pioneering garden coaching firm Garden Mentors®, is viewed nationally as The Garden Mentor. She is an HGTV, WALP, WSNLA and NWFGS award-winning designer, a down-to-earth speaker, and gardening television writer and frequent guest. Haglund dedicates much of her own gardening time to educating others, developing habitat for bees and other pollinators, and raising crops and plants to feed others in need. Her articles and seminars are infused with vibrant anecdotes derived from her childhood on the farm, her daily adventures with honeybees and pets in the garden, and her everyday garden coaching experiences working hand-in-hand with professional and aspiring novice gardeners in their home gardens.

Visit www.gardenmentors.com for more information.