Vegetable Gardening Workshop this Wednesday

  • Want to experience the delight of watching vegetables grow on your balcony or yard?
  • Want to see your family pick and eat homegrown organic vegetables?
  • Want to get your hands in the soil and be inspired by the wonder of Creation?

Hands-On Winter Vegetable Gardening Workshop

When: Wednesday, December 23 – 10am – 11:30

Where: Bloomah’s City Farm on Nachal Lachish in Ramat Beit Shemesh A

Cost: NIS 50

This Workshop is for Women Only

What’s in the Workshop?

  • Tour of winter vegetables growing on Bloomah’s City Farm
  • How to easily and cheaply create a productive growing bed, even if you have a barren yard or balcony
  • Selecting and planting seeds and seedlings suitable for this season and this climate
  • How to minimize damage from pests and weeds (and cats), while maximizing growth, to get a satisfying harvest
  • Avoiding Kilayim, Separating Trumos and Maasros, and other beautiful mitzvos that you may never had encountered before
  • Scrumptious farm-fresh refreshments will be served

PLUS: You will take home seeds and cuttings to get your winter vegetable garden started immediately

Freebie Offer:

Bring along a bag of kitchen scraps for our compost and receive a freshly farmed gift!

I hope to see you there!

-Naomi AKA Bloomah

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My name is Naomi and this is my tiny little farm in the heart of the rapidly growing city of Beit Shemesh, Israel. I enjoy growing, making and processing as much of my family's food and household essentials as possible, while nurturing a biodiverse ecosystem filled with beauty and life. 

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  1. Frieda on December 22, 2020 at 4:32 pm

    Which vegetables will we be growing?

    • Bloomah on December 22, 2020 at 5:28 pm

      This workshop is for winter vegetables.
      These include: potatoes, garlic, carrots, beets, horseradish, peas, fennel, onions, kohlrabi, and more.
      Obviously people will plant the vegetables that they like. There’s no obligation to plant them all!

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