‘Vegetable Gardening with Water-Saving Strategies’ topic of SeaWeeders Garden Club meeting in Solana Beach

If you are preparing to plant your vegetable garden for summer you won’t want to miss the next SeaWeeders Garden Club meeting in Solana Beach. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 2, at 6:30 p.m., followed by a presentation by member Andi MacLeod who will talk about “Vegetable Gardening with Water-Saving Strategies.”

MacLeod has a lot of experience with her own vegetable garden and will be able to answer questions by the attendees. The meeting will be held at The Center for a Healthy Lifestyle, located directly behind the Boys and Girls Club, at 533 Lomas Santa Fe Drive.  The public is invited and new members are always welcomed.

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