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Master Gardeners of Greene County Present Learn to Grow in the Garden

oct 21

6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Recurring Event

learn to garden springfield mo
Hone your skills to become a better gardener for years to come by attending Master Gardeners of Greene County Present Learn to Grow in the Garden.

Event Details


DATE:
Oct 21, 2019
This event recurs monthly, on the third Monday, until Oct 21, 2019

TIME:
6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

LOCATION:
The Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center
2400 S. Scenic
Springfield, MO
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SPONSORED BY:
Master Gardeners of Greene County

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COST:
$5.00

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About This Event


Master Gardeners of Greene County Present Learn to Grow in the Garden 
Mondays | June 17—October 21, 2019  | 6—7 PM

The Springfield-Greene County Botanical Center | 2400 S. Scenic, Springfield, MO 65807
417-891-1515 or see mggreene.org
$5 per person, per class | Pay at the door | Registration begins at 5:30 PM

June 17 | DEER RESISTANT PERENNIALS FOR OUR SOUTHWEST MISSOURI GARDENS   
Oscar Cross, Hilltop Farms
Are you tired of your hosta becoming deer candy? Oscar will  provide a short examination of a variety of selected native and nonnative perennials suited for our conditions.

July 15 | HYDRANGEAS
Becky Nicholas, Landscape Designer,  Wickman’s Garden Village
Join Becky for an exciting program all about hydrangeas. Becky will share her wealth of information about the types and care of these lovely bloomers. Becky’s programs are always informative and a fun addition to the Learn To Grow In the Garden Series.

August 19 | BACKYARD INSECTS 
Kelly McGowan, Horticulture Specialist, MU Extension
Did you know that most insects are either harmless or even beneficial? In this class you will learn about common backyard insects, tips to attract beneficial insects, and tips to control harmful insects using Integrated Pest management strategies.

September 16 | PLANT IN THE FALL, BLOOM IN THE SPRING  
Pat Ware, Master Gardener of Greene County  
Tired of daffodils, tulips and crocus? Learn about more unusual bulbs like Snake’s Head Iris, Guinea Hen Flower, Schubertii Allium and more.

October 21 | WINTERIZING YOUR GARDEN 
Brenda Agee, Master Gardener of Greene County 
Does your garden need a kick start for next spring? Come join Brenda as she gives tips on mulching, pruning, composting and more to put your garden to bed for the winter.