Already growing a vegetable garden but need a bit more guidance?
Want reminders of what to plant and when?
Look no further than Rita’s Roots GARDEN GROWERS CLUB!
Welcome to the Garden Growers Club
Let us help you avoid the common pitfalls of organic vegetable gardening in the Lowcountry + keep you on the planting calendar ~ the next best thing to have Rita’s Roots in your own backyard!
Your annual Garden Coaching membership for 2019 includes:
~ A Members-Only Blog Post every two weeks containing time-relevant garden info to include:
- Planting Calendar Checklists
- Garden Task + Material Checklists
- Vegetable of the Month Growing Guides
- Pest Management Tips
- Harvest + Preservation Techniques + Recipes
- PLUS the occasional How-To-In-The-Garden video featuring Rita Bachmann of Rita’s Roots
~ Fall + Winter Frost and Freeze Alerts so you can protect your hard work from a cold snap and extend your harvest
~ 10% Discount on Rita’s Roots Garden Classes and at Rita’s Roots Plant Sales ~ Dates coming soon!
~ Early Bird Shopping at Rita’s Roots Plant Sales and exclusive member shopping on the Rita’s Roots online store for pickup at your convenience at the Rita’s Roots Container Garten in Downtown Charleston
Our goal is to help your garden reach its FULL Food Producing Potential. We can’t wait to be a part of your 2019 Garden Growing!
January 31st – March 15 investment of $240/year
Registration for 2019 CLOSES on March 15th.
The Blog Posts are accessible ALL YEAR LONG for your reference.
Rita’s Roots Garden Growers Club Membership lasts for the entirety of 2019 and the first email communication starts February 5th.
Rita’s Roots is unable to reply to all individually emailed questions related to specific garden issues but will occasionally compile questions to address on Facebook Live and on the Rita’s Roots Backyard Harvest Facebook page.
Rita’s Roots Garden Club is applicable to Charelston, Beaufort, Berkeley and Dorchester Counties of SC in regard to planting dates but includes additional invaluable information for those growing outside of these areas.