Bring a brown-bag lunch and enjoy one, or all, of the following lectures. Lectures begin at noon and end a little before 1pm. Registration is requested, and begins the 1st of every month.
Seed Starting with Michelle Winkler
Thursday, February 27th at Noon
Bring a little green inside during the winter by learning tips and tricks to start your own seeds for vegetable or flower gardens. With a little effort, you can grow varieties not found in nurseries and maybe even save some green on your grocery bill. Plant a newspaper pot to take home.
10 Tips for First Time Gardeners with Linette Branham
Thursday, March 26th at Noon
Learn useful tips to begin a successful garden such as soil preparation, fertilizer needs, and proper watering.
Companion Planting with John Vecchitto
Thursday, April 23rd at Noon
Have you heard that carrots love tomatoes or wondered why marigolds are often grown in vegetable gardens? Learn which plants benefit from growing together and about plants that attract insects that help in the garden.
Library Gardening Project
Did you know...the Master Gardner Program volunteers are sprucing up the Daycoeton Place entrance this spring with a new design and new plantings! We are planning phase two of the project, the Litchfield Street entrance, for spring of 2021. If you would like to donate to the Gardening Project, please visit the library to learn more.
Attendance at juvenile programs is limited to children of the age group for which the program is intended and their caregivers.