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This course is designed for people who are looking to start growing fresh flowers and produce in small space and small places. Taught by Meg Smolinski, a Master Gardener who volunteers at the National Gallery of Art and Smithsonian Gardens in Washington, D.C., this course will give you the knowledge you need to start your own container garden.
Guarantee: By the end of this course you will learn how to grow beautiful flowers, fragrant herbs, and delicious vegetables in containers, plain and simple!
Why take this course?
This was a great, well-prepared lecture for folks brand new to container gardening. I liked the engaging lecture style and the resources offered at the end. -- Kelsey Low
Join over 1,500 students who have learned how to grow beautiful container gardens from my course!
In this course you'll learn:
One super-satisfied student (that will be me)...Check! If lack of gardening space is stopping you from pursuing your gardening interest this course will do you wonders.
-- Michael Choke
The Better Than Money Back Guarantee
As always there is a 30 day money back guarantee. But I believe that this guarantee is too weak so I propose this for you. If you do not get the results that you are looking for in this course then I will personally give you double your money back out of my own pocket. I am committed to only deliver the very best in my teaching and content and I am confident that your life will never again be the same once you discover your passion.
Anyone--including you!--can start a container garden to provide fresh vegetables, fruits, and beautiful flowers. Get started on the right foot with your container garden by using my course!
In this lecture I'll give you an overview of container gardening including why I think that container gardening can be done by nearly everyone!
This lecture will cover the right types of containers to choose for your garden and those that should be avoided
This lecture will cover how to actually plant your garden including container preparation, plant selection, and soil selection
I'll cover how to properly fertilize, water, prune, replant your garden, as well as the most fun part--harvesting!
These are tips gleaned from my own gardening disasters--learn from them so you don't make the same mistakes!
These helpful websites can give you even more information and tips on container gardening.
Meg Smolinski has been in love with gardening since she was a little girl, always fascinated with the idea of getting tiny seeds to grown beautiful plants and flowers. She has volunteered in gardens across Washington, DC, including volunteering with the horticulture department of the National Gallery of Art and Smithsonian Gardens, as well as doing countless volutneer hours for her Master Gardening certification tghrough the University of the District of Columbia. SHe is currently an active member of the Takoma Park Horticultural Club.