Seven Gardening Hacks for 2019
From apples to figs, beans to zinnia, gardeners in North Florida face a number of challenges. Join us [no soil required] as we dig into the science of gardening in sandy soils. Meeting 2-3:30 pm. Friday; September 20, October 18 and November 15. Conveniently located at Gilchrist County Public Library, 105 NE 11th Avenue, Trenton, 32693.
- September 20: Right Plant, Right Place; Deciduous Fruit for North Florida Gardens, Waterways & Water Resources
- October 18: From the Roots Up, Irrigation & Fertilization Mystery Revealed, Cold Hardy Citrus
- November 15: Got Sand? Build it Up!, Preparing the Warm Season Garden, Principles of Insect and Disease Management
Space is limited. Pre-register to enter drawing for complimentary yard consultation. Program presented by Barbara L. Edmonds, Horticulture Program Assistant, Levy County Extension. Pre-register HERE or copy and paste: eventbrite, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seven-gardening-hacks-for-2019-tickets-71550251729
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