Seven Gardening Hacks for 2019
From apples to figs, beans to zinnia, gardeners in North Florida face a number of challenges. Join us as we peel back the mystery to gardening in sandy soils. Meeting 2-3:30 pm for four weekly sessions. Conveniently located at Luther Calloway Library, Chiefland.
- February 12: Right Plant, Right Place; Fruit Selection for North Florida Gardens
- February 19: From the Roots Up, Irrigation & Fertilization Mystery Revealed, Cold Hardy Citrus
- February 26: Got Sand? Build it Up!, Preparing the Warm Season Garden
- March 5: Principles of Insect and Disease Management, Benefitting Wildlife, Waterways & Water Resources
Space is limited. $14.99 fee covers materials and program, presented by Barbara L. Edmonds, Horticulture Program Assistant, Levy County Extension. Register HERE or at eventbrite, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seven-gardening-hacks-for-2019-tickets-55925887836. $18 at the door.
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