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Seward Park Library Offers Urban Gardening For Teens

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Garlic Scapes sprouting at the Seward Park Library's Urban Gardening Program for Teens

There’s a unique, FREE gardening program being offered for teens at the Seward Park Library right now.  The weekly, seven-month urban gardening program, “Gardening For a Green NYC,” is offered in conjunction with the Horticultural Society of New York. The program is currently seeking more participants (ages 12-18) for the spring season.  They write: From climate zones to hydropponics and carnivorous plants, learn the basics of gardening in NYC. Create a garden from the ground up with help from green space experts.

VEG seedlings at Seward Park Library's Urban Gardening for Teens Program

Upcoming classes will include Container Gardening and field trips examining the parks to find native plants, cooking herbs and decorative bushes.  Community service credit hours for high schoolers will be awarded.  Call 212.477.9770 for more information. Offered at The Seward Park Library (192 E. Broadway) on Tuesdays at 4:00pm.

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