Conserve water and grow an edible garden.
Learn how at OC District Garden Club Meeting
Gloria Broming, of Farm to Fork Garden Design and Transition Laguna Beach in Laguna, will speak at the Orange County District Garden Clubs’ upcoming meeting held Monday, October 19, 2015 at her home at 604 Anita Street, Laguna Beach 92651, at 9 AM. Cost is $10. Light refreshment will be served. Click for Map
Growing edibles is Gloria Broming’s gig. She has been a grower in Laguna Beach for 25 years, which includes time with her company Farm to Fork Design, volunteering at Transition Laguna Beach, and helping the Neighborhood Congregational Church create an edible garden to grow fruits and vegetables for Glenwood House. She was featured in the Spring 2014 issue of Edible – Orange County magazine. Her passion and expertise is specifically in growing edibles and working with the soil food web. Nothing beats the flavor or nutritional value of fresh picked vegetables just steps outside the door of your residence or place of business. Edible gardens can be grown virtually anywhere, yes even in the dimmest light you can grow edibles. Growing edibles transforms everyday experiences into something special. Family, friends, neighbors, those passing by, and yes even business associates find it interesting to see up close how food is grown and better yet receiving farm fresh fruit, or produce from those edible gardens. Including an edible garden at home, restaurant, or business truly changes the experience for family, staff, clients and those passing by. Having an edible garden, increases the usability of property by increasing the usable space outdoors. Southern California has a year round growing environment, couple this with an edible garden and now there’s a place to gather, grow and enjoy. Food is a common language and growing food results in growing community. At Farm to Fork Garden Design we are passionate about growing food and love working with our clients to design edible gardens that will suit their needs, lifestyle, and aesthetics. Space and time are premium and there are many different methods to grow food whether it is in ground, raised beds, containers, or vertical applications. We will work with you to develop an edible garden that fits your needs.
|Orange County District Meeting Monday, October 19, 9:00 am
“Dry Farming & More”
Home of Gloria Broming 604 Anita St., Laguna Beach Cost: $10.00
Send club check and guest list by October 12th to: Jackie Knauer
30701 Marilyn Drive Laguna Beach 92651
Elaine Davis Director Orange District email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org