270 16th St
Ambridge, PA 15003
Please join us in the Village Granary and Gardens for a class on Next Year’s Garden presented by Cynthia Pagesh. Topics will include plant propagation by saving seeds and taking cuttings. What you should know to increase your garden productivity and reduce your costs. This class will be the first of three, with the others focusing on wintering your garden and native plants.
Dedicated to gardening, Cynthia Pagesh is a recent graduate of the Bidwell Training Center Horticulture Technology Program. She is a Beaver County Master Gardener and volunteer in the Old Economy Village gardens. She has spoken to a wide variety of horticultural topics for gardeners, libraries, master gardeners, garden clubs, and horticulture students. Cynthia enjoys plant science and research, creating pollinator habitats, and integrating edibles and native plants into the landscape. Her mottoes are “Make a Difference Somewhere” and “Aspire to Grow Together”