Horticultural Education Winter Gardening Series

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It might be winter outside but Toledo Botanical Gardens looks forward to spring and summer with a free horticulture education series, held  the second Saturday of the Month in February, March and April from 9:30 am – 12:00 Noon. The three monthly sessions will feature six knowledgeable and entertaining speakers, two at each gathering.  Parking is free.

Creating your iconic landscape   

Each of us has as iconic landscape that shapes our lives. Using inspiration from the book Digging Deep by Fran Sorin, you will be lead you on a journey to rediscover that landscape.Session I – February 13, 2016 – 9:30 – 12:00 – TBG greenhouse. Park in Bancroft Lot

The Ups and Downs of pHSoil pH is the single most important chemical property of the soil. It’s important because it affects plant growth. Whether it’s a tomato plant or an oak tree, the pH of the  soil  will determines its health.

Underappreciated trees and shrubs: Show them some love and use them! Session II – March 12, 2016 – 9:30 – 12:00– TBG Conference Center. Park in Elmer Lo

The Art and Joy of Gardening in the Shade Think gardening in the shade is impossible, or at least challenging? Think again.  Discover the abundance of gardening opportunities for your shady site with Advanced Master Gardener.

Maumee Valley Herb Society Growing the Herbs You Cook With and Using Your Herbal Bounty –  Planting and growing a simple herb garden and how to use these herbs fresh in summer recipes, as well as how to preserve them dried for use in winter months. Session III – April 9, 2016 – 9:30 – 12:00 TBG Conference Center. Park in Elmer Lot.

Information: Toledo Botanical Gardens

toledogarden.org | 419-536-5566

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