April 14, 2021 – Zoom Meeting

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Southern California Vegetable Gardening

with Julie Bawden Davis

Learn the secrets to growing vegetables in SoCal’s unique gardening climate from local garden expert, Julie Bawden-Davis, author of Southern California Vegetable Gardening (Book 1 in the SoCal Year-Round Gardening Series). Southern California has one of the best gardening climates in the world for growing veggies. Julie will share secrets to successful veggie gardening in SoCal and discuss a few vegetables and their unique growing needs. Also get your veggie gardening questions answered.

Julie Bawden-Davis is a bestselling garden author, speaker and University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardener. Her work has appeared in a wide variety of publications, including and The Los Angeles Times, where she had weekly garden columns. She has also written for Better Homes and Gardens, The Orange County Register, The San Francisco Chronicle, Organic Gardening, The American Gardener and Wildflower Magazine.

Julie is author of several gardening books, including Southern California Vegetable Gardening (SoCal Year-Round Gardening Series), releasing on Earth Day 2021, The Strawberry Story: How To Grow Great Berries Year-Round in Southern California, Fairy Gardening, Indoor Gardening the Organic Way and Reader’s Digest Flower Gardening. She is also founder and publisher of the website, Healthy, and managing editor of the Old Towne Orange Plaza Review, where her “Garden Clippings” column appears.

Julie is a member of the Garden Writer’s Association of America (GWA). She gains inspiration from puttering and planting in her Old Towne Orange garden, which was certified in 1999 by the National Wildlife Federation as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat.


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