Saturday, March 02, 2013
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm - TBA
"ToMAYto." "ToMAHto." Hybrid. Heirloom. Early Girl. Better Boy. Dr. Wyche's Yellow. Dorothy's Green. Black Prince, Mountain Princess. Determinate. Indeterminate. Fruit. Vegetable â€¦
No matter what they are called or how they are classified, tomatoes are considered by many people as among the most rewarding of home-grown foods. However, the many varieties available to the Southern California gardener can be a confusing assortment of names and designations.
California State University, Northridge's next CSUN-al Gardening Series class will offer help to home gardeners in determining which variety, or varieties, are right for them.
Scott Daigre, proprietor of Tomatomania and owner of Powerplant Garden Design, will share his strategy on tomato growing, provide tips on maximizing yield and explain why some tomatoes have letters after their names.
Registration for the free class is required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a space in the class or for more information. Driving and parking instructions, as well as the class meeting location, will be sent upon registration.