While many gardeners in the country are enjoying the fruits of their summer labors, some forward-looking folks are focusing on a time of year when, for most of us, our gardening will be limited to the indoors. September 1st is National Indoor Gardening Day. It's a day to gear up for gardening inside and bringing the outdoor garden in. This is particularly of interest to Northern gardeners where the outdoor season is so short.
AeroGrow and the National Gardening Association are teaming up to offer free classes around the country on September 1st to help everyone become a better indoor gardener. The classes will cover how to start and grow a flourishing collection of fruit, vegetables, and herb plant indoors -- even in winter. Topics included will be hydroponics, lighting, soil, and seed starting.
Classes will be held in Denver, Colorado; Chicago, Illinois; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Anchorage, Alaska; and Burlington, Vermont.
For more information on National Indoor Gardening Day, go to: AeroGrow