Permaculture on Plant Guilds: Brainstorming Next Year's Companion Plantings

Permaculture Providence meets at cluck! 

Learn how a collection of plants can be arranged in mutually beneficial "guilds" to mulch, fertilize and make your garden easier to manage.   Karl Treen, coordinator of Permaculture Providence, will discuss Permaculture strategies and practices for building healthy symbiotic relationships in your own garden.  Permaculture loves guilds, and so will you!  This free event will be part class and part discussion, giving you the opportunity to learn from your peers, and from a certified Permaculture Design Consultant.  As some perennials must be started with warm or cold stratification in fall or winter, it is never too early to plan.  We will also discuss strategies for sharing seedlings next spring.  With a little preparation, next spring's plant swap can be an exciting, and money-saving event, for us all -- and can help you plant your new guild!  Register at PermacultureProvidence.org.