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Joy In Your Garden

Some Appearances on Joy In Your Garden and John & Joy In Your Garden May 6, 2017 June 4, 2016 August 20, 2016 – 2nd hour April 19, 2014

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Learn How To Garden

Garden Coaching/Landscape Consultation, Shopping Assistant, Gardening Classes, Books, Ebooks, available to help you learn to garden. I love teaching people how to garden especially helping them to grow their own food organically no matter where they live. Choose the way or ways you prefer. What is Garden Coaching? I can personally instruct you at your home and/or by phone on how to plan, plant, maintain, identify plants, identify and control pests, harvest your garden or whatever your gardening or landscaping needs may be.  Whether you need help beginning, caring for, or using your garden I can show you how. As a garden coach I can: Identify plants in your yard Help you know what to plant where, when, and how Teach you how to transplant Teach you how to start seeds Teach you how to grow edibles in your landscape other than a typical garden spot Identify pest problems and teach you control methods Teach you easier methods of gardening Help you switch to organic methods Help you grow at least some of your own food whether you have a yard or live in a condo, apartment, or townhouse. Teach you how to prune Teach you lawn care Assist and instruct you at your own home Mentor you in your gardening journey Suggest plants for your yard and where to plant them And much more Garden Coaching/Consultation Options Pick Your Brain/Mini Coaching Session What is a Pick Your Brain Coaching Session? Just have a few questions? Sign up for a Pick Your Brain session 15 minutes on the phone – $15 – let me know dates and times that work best for you. Pay by credit card or PayPal.   Phone Consultation/Coaching Not able to meet with me in person? Schedule a phone coaching session. $35 per 1/2 hour –

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Things to Do In Utah

Activity, Event, and Field Trip Ideas Utah road map This is certainly not a complete list and I would appreciate hearing other ideas or corrections for this list. Find gardens and arboretums in Utah and around the world.  Find Farmer’s Markets, Pick Your Own, etc Davis County area Utah State University Botanical Gardens, Kaysville 627-3270 LeConte Stewart Art Museum (Kaysville City Library) Layton Heritage Museum 546-3524 Antelope Island – visitors center, ranch/museum, camping, bison roundup 773-2941 or 625-1630 Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area 451-7386 Rouche home – West Kaysville, you can drive by, not open to the public, where John Taylor spent his last days Bison Roundup – Antelope Island Bountiful/Davis Arts Center, Bountiful 292-0367 (temporarily moved due to reconstruction) Smith’s Ice Cream Plant 552-6377 Charles Penrose Cabin Museum, by appointment, Farmington 451-2357 Daughters of Utah Pioneers Log House, Centerville 295-6457, by appointment Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Woods Cross 295-1782 Kaysville Theater and Lisa’s Popcorn, Kaysville Ogden area Eccles Community Art Center 392-6935 Treehouse Children’s Museum 394-9663 Ogden Nature Center 621-7595 Ogden River Parkway 627-3270 Roy Historical Museum 776-3626 Hill Aerospace Museum 777-6818 Fort Buenaventura State Park 621-4808 George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park 393-3466 Ogden Union Station — several museums — http://www.theunionstation.org 629-8444 Layton Ott Planetarium at Weber State University 626-6653 Museum of Natural Science, Weber State 626-6653 Art Gallery, Weber State Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum 393-4460 Miles Goodyear Cabin 393-4460 Abbey of Our Lady of the Holy Trinity (monastery near Huntsville) 745-3784 Tuckett Farm (call ahead) – several types of animals but not necessarily farm animals. some have been in movies 731-0170 Millstream Classic Car Collection 394-9425 Call ahead (in the Millstream Motel) Ice Sheet, Weber State Cold Springs Trout Farm 782-7282 or 782-1886 Fossil Hunting – ¼ mile road between Camp Keisel and Camp Browning UTA

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Square Foot Gardening

If you are not yet aware of Square Foot Gardening it is a gardening method you should check into.  Square Foot Gardening is a way to garden that requires less space, less water, less weeding, fewer seeds (not so many wasted), and can be used whatever your abilities, age, or living arrangements.  For more information about Square Foot Gardening, attend or arrange a class, read All-New Square Foot Gardening (available at most any bookstore or library). Read more about this tabletop style. Tabletop Square Foot Garden   My Square Foot Garden Beuna Tomalino, Garden Coach, Certified Square Foot Garden Instructor

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