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Successful 2022 LGG Plant Sale - Long Ago Sold Out!


The Littleton Garden Gang, as distinct from the older and revered Littleton Garden Club, started when Betty HARRIS began teaching classes on how to grow more food in Colorado with less water. the focus is also on soil, composting, native plants, and pollinators.

These classes came about because Betty received a grant from the City of Littleton, Colorado, a part of Arapahoe County, for part of the tuition for a nine-day class at the Woodbine Ecology Center. As a condition of this grant, Betty was requested to disseminate what information she had learned at the Woodbine facility.

Betty includes in her classes such things as how to make soil (which is biology) out of our Colorado clay and dirt (which is chemistry).

Anne PHELPS sent us a nice link about canning; it is that time of year, is it not?

2022
Littleton Garden Gang Event Schedule:
Wed Dec 21 - Happy Winter Solstice ❄️
    the season of the shortest day of the year

Sun Dec 25 - 🎅 Merry Christmas

Wed Mar 1 - Zero Waste Gang 2023 Annual Garage Sale
    Day One from 9am to 3pm
    Location to be Announced
    A fundraiser for the Highline Canal Conservancy
    Stay tuned for details

Write to Betty at <betty@littletongardengang.com>

Here is a list of what to plant when by Paul Szilard.

Since the Planet is in a climate crisis and the citizens need to be involved in solutions, then garden gang members might want to consider joining Citizens Climate Lobby to help push elected officials.

Sometimes we study companion planting and here is an additional separate link from The Old Farmer's Almanac.

We often study recycling opportunities.

Here is Donna Berti's document showing plants that pollinators do like.

Flowers for Bees.

Here is a document by Donna Berti showing what plants Japanese Beetles do NOT like.

Here is how to grow blueberries in Colorado.

Here is concerning saving seeds in Colorado.


​​In the planning stage: Basic Class on Going Back to Ground
How to grow more with less water in Colorado.
Including basics of legal rainwater harvesting.


Future Planning:

Possibly Sep 2022
​Annual Jam Session
Date and Time to be announced
​How to make low sugar jam from fruits from your garden.

Possibly around Nov 2022
Annual Harvest Dinner
If Covid allows.
More info as we get closer to the date of the event





Write to Betty via email.

Sponsored by Betty Harris and Ray Flesher
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