Grow with Toledo Zoo’s Garden Tour Series

. July 31, 2018.
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Meet with Toledo Zoo horticulturists during their Garden Tour Series and learn growing tips, watering practices and other information for your home garden. The first tour of the month on Saturday, August 11 is “Best of Summer.” See annuals, perennials, trees and shrubs at their peak, and how they are cared for during this time of year. “Heirlooms to Hybrids” covers the history and evolution of annuals and perennials on Tuesday, August 14. The final tour of the month on Tuesday, August 28, “Gardening in Challenging Areas” discusses how the staff adapts to new growing conditions and what practices to use in problem areas. Registration required.

$10/members, $15/non-members.
10:30am-noon
Toledo Zoo, 2 Hippo Way
419-385-5721 | 
toledozoo.org

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