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Providing sustainable gardening education and bringing nutritious high quality, naturally grown food to our community.
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The OM Community Garden is supported by the WellCome OM Center, which has made great efforts to ensure that the Garden is well managed and maintained. The garden team consists of garden managers, community memberships, and volunteers.

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About Our Garden

The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts and helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Individual gardeners get a chance to grow some of their own vegetables, herbs, fruits and flowers. Gardeners gain a sense of community through weekly educational workshops and events.

Children get an opportunity to see where their food comes from, learn how things grow, how to care for plants and gain a sense of achievement in growing their own food.

ORGANIC GARDENING

The garden operates on the organic method of gardening. The use of inorganic pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, inorganic rodenticides, or inorganic herbicide is not permitted. Only biological pesticides, beneficial insects, and organic cultural practices are allowed for the control of garden pests.

Community Gardens

Community gardens beautify the neighborhood and provide a safe, recreational green space in which to relax and enjoy being outdoors. Children get to see where their food comes from, how to care for plants, and gain a sense of achievement in growing their own food.

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Garden Membership

An OM Community Garden Membership comes with many perks.

  • Raised 5×5 Garden Bed
  • Soil and Soil Nutrients/Compost
  • Shared Hand Tools
  • Garden Accessories
  • Irrigation
  • Resources for Non-GMO Seed Purchasing
  • Advanced notice on limited seating events and special workshops
  • Opportunity for shared crops from Communal Garden Beds
  • Garden Education Workshops
  • Garden Member Gatherings, Festivals & Celebrations

Garden Amenities

  • Shaded Picnic Areas (Tables and Seating)
  • Air-Conditioned Restrooms
  • Drinking Water Fountains
  • Produce Wash Station
  • Nature Walk Paths
  • Retail Shop on Site
  • ADA Accessible Areas
  • Designated Children’s Play Area
  • Conveniently located off US 19 right behind Target and Publix Plaza

Public Workshops & Classes

Classes and Workshops at OM Grown Community Garden are free and open to the general public.
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OM Grown Garden: The Importance of Proper Timing in the Garden

OM Grown Garden: The Importance of Proper Timing in the Garden

Aug 8, 9:00am - Aug 8, 10:00am

WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center4242 Lake in the Woods DriveSpring Hill, FL34607 Map Join us in the OM ...

Join us in the OM Grown Community Garden on Saturday, August 8th at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Dr. Lester from the Hernando County UF/IFAS Extension to learn about :

The Importance of Proper Timing in the Garden: You can grow almost everything here in Florida, but only if you plant at the correct time! We will cover the basics of what you can start in your garden now and be successful.

Feel free to bring a notebook, a hat, water, and Questions.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com

About our Educator:
Dr. William Lester holds a graduate degree in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida and currently serves as the Urban & Commercial Horticulture Agent II for UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County, FL. Combining a mix of horticultural knowledge and management skills, his current responsibilities include teaching the public and working closely with county and professional clients. As a frequent guest presenter to community groups and writing for local newspapers, his goal is to put complex scientific findings into language that can be understood by school-age children and the adult public alike. He has been involved in the creation of multimedia educational materials to support the Hernando County Fertilizer Ordinance, the local Noxious Weed Ordinance and most recently a program of virtual teaching. Protecting Hernando County’s fragile Nature Coast ecosystem and reducing the amounts of harmful toxins being placed in the environment are the central goals of his frequent teaching programs. As the coordinator for almost 100 Extension volunteers, Bill believes that education and providing an opportunity to serve residents are the keys to attracting and maintaining a highly motivated group of individuals to work to achieve those goals.
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OM Grown Garden: Warm Season vs. Cool Season Crops

OM Grown Garden: Warm Season vs. Cool Season Crops

Aug 12, 9:00am - Aug 12, 10:00am

WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center4242 Lake in the Woods DriveSpring Hill, FL34607 Map Join us in the OM ...

Join us in the OM Grown Community Garden on Wednesday, August 12th at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Dr. Lester from the Hernando County UF/IFAS Extension to learn about :

Warm Season vs. Cool Season Crops: An overview of Central Florida’s gardening seasons and what to grow when.

Feel free to bring a notebook, a hat, water, and Questions.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com

About our Educator:
Dr. William Lester holds a graduate degree in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida and currently serves as the Urban & Commercial Horticulture Agent II for UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County, FL. Combining a mix of horticultural knowledge and management skills, his current responsibilities include teaching the public and working closely with county and professional clients. As a frequent guest presenter to community groups and writing for local newspapers, his goal is to put complex scientific findings into language that can be understood by school-age children and the adult public alike. He has been involved in the creation of multimedia educational materials to support the Hernando County Fertilizer Ordinance, the local Noxious Weed Ordinance and most recently a program of virtual teaching. Protecting Hernando County’s fragile Nature Coast ecosystem and reducing the amounts of harmful toxins being placed in the environment are the central goals of his frequent teaching programs. As the coordinator for almost 100 Extension volunteers, Bill believes that education and providing an opportunity to serve residents are the keys to attracting and maintaining a highly motivated group of individuals to work to achieve those goals.
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OM Grown Garden: The ART of Irrigation

OM Grown Garden: The ART of Irrigation

Aug 15, 9:00am - Aug 15, 10:00am

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Join us at the OM Grown Community Garden on Saturday, August 15th at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Doug Poteet, a Hernando County Schools Science Teacher, to learn about:

The ART of Irrigation: Variables to success, heat, humidity, time of day, soil type, mulch/no mulch, amount of water, distribution, and of course plant and its location.

Feel free to bring a notebook, a hat, water, and Questions.

About our Educator:
Doug Poteet was born, raised, educated, and trained in elementary education along with agriculture on the islands of Hawaii. For the past two decades, he has been living in Hernando County, Florida, teaching Science at Pine Grove Elementary to students. There he Co-founded a Science/Garden club that has been teaching students the joy of gardening and eating good, clean food. Doug is excited to share his knowledge with the members of the OM Grown Garden at WellCome OM.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com
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OM Grown Garden: The Basics of Soils and Plant Nutrients

OM Grown Garden: The Basics of Soils and Plant Nutrients

Aug 22, 9:00am - Aug 22, 10:00am

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Join us in the OM Grown Community Garden on Saturday, August 22nd at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Dr. Lester from the Hernando County UF/IFAS Extension to learn about:

The Basics of Soils and Plant Nutrients: Learn all about Florida’s sandy soils, soil organic matter, what nutrients plants need to grow, and how to use all this to your advantage!
Feel free to bring a notebook, a hat, water, and Questions.


About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com

About our Educator:
Dr. William Lester holds a graduate degree in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida and currently serves as the Urban & Commercial Horticulture Agent II for UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County, FL. Combining a mix of horticultural knowledge and management skills, his current responsibilities include teaching the public and working closely with county and professional clients. As a frequent guest presenter to community groups and writing for local newspapers, his goal is to put complex scientific findings into language that can be understood by school-age children and the adult public alike. He has been involved in the creation of multimedia educational materials to support the Hernando County Fertilizer Ordinance, the local Noxious Weed Ordinance and most recently a program of virtual teaching. Protecting Hernando County’s fragile Nature Coast ecosystem and reducing the amounts of harmful toxins being placed in the environment are the central goals of his frequent teaching programs. As the coordinator for almost 100 Extension volunteers, Bill believes that education and providing an opportunity to serve residents are the keys to attracting and maintaining a highly motivated group of individuals to work to achieve those goals.
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OM Grown Garden: Seeds or Transplants?

OM Grown Garden: Seeds or Transplants?

Aug 26, 9:00am - Aug 26, 10:00am

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Join us in the OM Grown Community Garden on Wednesday, August 26th ay 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Dr. Lester from the Hernando County UF/IFAS Extension to learn about :

Seeds or Transplants? Some plants are best started indoors and transplanted into the garden; others must be started in the garden where they will grow. Learn what method works best for everything you may want to grow.

Feel free to bring a notebook, a hat, water, and Questions.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com

About our Educator:
Dr. William Lester holds a graduate degree in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida and currently serves as the Urban & Commercial Horticulture Agent II for UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County, FL. Combining a mix of horticultural knowledge and management skills, his current responsibilities include teaching the public and working closely with county and professional clients. As a frequent guest presenter to community groups and writing for local newspapers, his goal is to put complex scientific findings into language that can be understood by school-age children and the adult public alike. He has been involved in the creation of multimedia educational materials to support the Hernando County Fertilizer Ordinance, the local Noxious Weed Ordinance and most recently a program of virtual teaching. Protecting Hernando County’s fragile Nature Coast ecosystem and reducing the amounts of harmful toxins being placed in the environment are the central goals of his frequent teaching programs. As the coordinator for almost 100 Extension volunteers, Bill believes that education and providing an opportunity to serve residents are the keys to attracting and maintaining a highly motivated group of individuals to work to achieve those goals.
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OM Grown Garden: All About Growing Fruit Trees

OM Grown Garden: All About Growing Fruit Trees

Aug 29, 9:00am - Aug 29, 10:00am

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Join us at the OM Grown Community Garden on Saturday, August 29th at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Doug Poteet, a Hernando County Schools Science Teacher, to learn about:

Fruit Trees… WHAT, fruit trees now????
Now is the time to talk about what type, where to plant, and when is the best time to plant them. You will be surprised and amazed at how much the trees will love you for it.

Feel free to bring a notebook, a hat, water, and Questions.

About our Educator:
Doug Poteet was born, raised, educated, and trained in elementary education along with agriculture on the islands of Hawaii. For the past two decades, he has been living in Hernando County, Florida, teaching Science at Pine Grove Elementary to students. There he Co-founded a Science/Garden club that has been teaching students the joy of gardening and eating good, clean food. Doug is excited to share his knowledge with the members of the OM Grown Garden at WellCome OM.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com
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OM Grown Garden: Leafy Green Crops and Asian Crops

OM Grown Garden: Leafy Green Crops and Asian Crops

Sep 5, 9:00am - Sep 5, 10:00am

WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center4242 Lake in the Woods DriveSpring Hill, FL34607 Map Join us in the OM ...

Join us in the OM Grown Community Garden on Saturday, September 5th at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Dr. Lester from the Hernando County UF/IFAS Extension to learn about:

Leafy Green Crops and Asian Crops: The time for growing leafy greens and many Asian crops is here. Learn about what varieties grow well here.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com

About our Educator:
Dr. William Lester holds a graduate degree in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida and currently serves as the Urban & Commercial Horticulture Agent II for UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County, FL. Combining a mix of horticultural knowledge and management skills, his current responsibilities include teaching the public and working closely with county and professional clients. As a frequent guest presenter to community groups and writing for local newspapers, his goal is to put complex scientific findings into language that can be understood by school-age children and the adult public alike. He has been involved in the creation of multimedia educational materials to support the Hernando County Fertilizer Ordinance, the local Noxious Weed Ordinance and most recently a program of virtual teaching. Protecting Hernando County’s fragile Nature Coast ecosystem and reducing the amounts of harmful toxins being placed in the environment are the central goals of his frequent teaching programs. As the coordinator for almost 100 Extension volunteers, Bill believes that education and providing an opportunity to serve residents are the keys to attracting and maintaining a highly motivated group of individuals to work to achieve those goals.
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OM Grown Garden: The Wonderful World of Bugs!

OM Grown Garden: The Wonderful World of Bugs!

Sep 9, 9:00am - Sep 9, 10:00am

WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center4242 Lake in the Woods DriveSpring Hill, FL34607 Map Join us in the OM ...

Join us in the OM Grown Community Garden on Wednesday, September 9th ay 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Dr. Lester from the Hernando County UF/IFAS Extension to learn about:

The Wonderful World of Bugs! We are going to look at all kinds of bugs and you will learn about the few that are pests and the many that are beneficial.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com

About our Educator:
Dr. William Lester holds a graduate degree in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida and currently serves as the Urban & Commercial Horticulture Agent II for UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County, FL. Combining a mix of horticultural knowledge and management skills, his current responsibilities include teaching the public and working closely with county and professional clients. As a frequent guest presenter to community groups and writing for local newspapers, his goal is to put complex scientific findings into language that can be understood by school-age children and the adult public alike. He has been involved in the creation of multimedia educational materials to support the Hernando County Fertilizer Ordinance, the local Noxious Weed Ordinance and most recently a program of virtual teaching. Protecting Hernando County’s fragile Nature Coast ecosystem and reducing the amounts of harmful toxins being placed in the environment are the central goals of his frequent teaching programs. As the coordinator for almost 100 Extension volunteers, Bill believes that education and providing an opportunity to serve residents are the keys to attracting and maintaining a highly motivated group of individuals to work to achieve those goals.
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OM Grown Garden: All About SOIL

OM Grown Garden: All About SOIL

Sep 12, 9:00am - Sep 12, 10:00am

WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center4242 Lake in the Woods DriveSpring Hill, FL34607 Map Join us at the OM ...

Join us at the OM Grown Community Garden on Saturday, September 12th at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Doug Poteet, a Hernando County Schools Science Teacher, to learn about:

Know SOIL, and then know your own.
Learn types of soil, what type do you think you have, where to get it tested. Grow your own amendments with cover crops.

About our Educator:
Doug Poteet was born, raised, educated, and trained in elementary education along with agriculture on the islands of Hawaii. For the past two decades, he has been living in Hernando County, Florida, teaching Science at Pine Grove Elementary to students. There he Co-founded a Science/Garden club that has been teaching students the joy of gardening and eating good, clean food. Doug is excited to share his knowledge with the members of the OM Grown Garden at WellCome OM.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com
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OM Grown Garden: Integrated Pest Management

OM Grown Garden: Integrated Pest Management

Sep 19, 9:00am - Sep 19, 10:00am

WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center4242 Lake in the Woods DriveSpring Hill, FL34607 Map Join us in the OM ...

Join us in the OM Grown Community Garden on Saturday, September 19th at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Dr. Lester from the Hernando County UF/IFAS Extension to learn about:

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Overview

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com

About our Educator:
Dr. William Lester holds a graduate degree in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida and currently serves as the Urban & Commercial Horticulture Agent II for UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County, FL. Combining a mix of horticultural knowledge and management skills, his current responsibilities include teaching the public and working closely with county and professional clients. As a frequent guest presenter to community groups and writing for local newspapers, his goal is to put complex scientific findings into language that can be understood by school-age children and the adult public alike. He has been involved in the creation of multimedia educational materials to support the Hernando County Fertilizer Ordinance, the local Noxious Weed Ordinance and most recently a program of virtual teaching. Protecting Hernando County’s fragile Nature Coast ecosystem and reducing the amounts of harmful toxins being placed in the environment are the central goals of his frequent teaching programs. As the coordinator for almost 100 Extension volunteers, Bill believes that education and providing an opportunity to serve residents are the keys to attracting and maintaining a highly motivated group of individuals to work to achieve those goals.
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OM Grown Garden: Proper Scouting and Decision Making

OM Grown Garden: Proper Scouting and Decision Making

Sep 23, 9:00am - Sep 23, 10:00am

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Join us in the OM Grown Community Garden on Wednesday, September 23rd at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Dr. Lester from the Hernando County UF/IFAS Extension to learn about:

Proper Scouting and Decision Making

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com

About our Educator:
Dr. William Lester holds a graduate degree in Plant Medicine from the University of Florida and currently serves as the Urban & Commercial Horticulture Agent II for UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County, FL. Combining a mix of horticultural knowledge and management skills, his current responsibilities include teaching the public and working closely with county and professional clients. As a frequent guest presenter to community groups and writing for local newspapers, his goal is to put complex scientific findings into language that can be understood by school-age children and the adult public alike. He has been involved in the creation of multimedia educational materials to support the Hernando County Fertilizer Ordinance, the local Noxious Weed Ordinance and most recently a program of virtual teaching. Protecting Hernando County’s fragile Nature Coast ecosystem and reducing the amounts of harmful toxins being placed in the environment are the central goals of his frequent teaching programs. As the coordinator for almost 100 Extension volunteers, Bill believes that education and providing an opportunity to serve residents are the keys to attracting and maintaining a highly motivated group of individuals to work to achieve those goals.
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OM Grown Garden: Homestead Layout 101

OM Grown Garden: Homestead Layout 101

Oct 3, 9:30am - Oct 3, 10:00am

WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center4242 Lake in the Woods DriveSpring Hill, FL34607 Map Join us at the OM ...

Join us at the OM Grown Community Garden on Saturday, October 3rd at 9:00 am for a free garden education workshop with Doug Poteet, a Hernando County Schools Science Teacher, to learn about:

Homestead Layout 101
Discuss, Desire, Decide. Where should you plant crops that take 25 Days to Maturity (DTM) or 25 years? Have a good idea of the square footage you want to use, short, medium, long-range goals, water source and what your land is zoned for.

About our Educator:
Doug Poteet was born, raised, educated, and trained in elementary education along with agriculture on the islands of Hawaii. For the past two decades, he has been living in Hernando County, Florida, teaching Science at Pine Grove Elementary to students. There he Co-founded a Science/Garden club that has been teaching students the joy of gardening and eating good, clean food. Doug is excited to share his knowledge with the members of the OM Grown Garden at WellCome OM.

About our Garden:
Our purpose is to provide sustainable gardening education & to bring nutritious, high quality, naturally grown food to our community. The garden is a living, breathing entity that uses dedicated hearts & helping hands to grow and flourish. The Garden offers raised garden bed membership opportunities.

Learn more about membership opportunities: www.wellcomeomcenter.com

Visit us: WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center
4242 Lake in the Woods Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607
Phone: 352-600-4242
Email: info@wellcomeomcenter.com
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Meet Our Garden Staff

Michael Bonanno

Michael Bonanno

Garden Member Coordinator

Cory O'Connors

Cory O'Connors

Master of Construction

Bradley Surridge

Bradley Surridge

Grounds Supervisor

Tour Information

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We are open to the public for tours Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

For private tours, groups, and field trips, please contact us to make arrangements.

 

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