Gardening at the Woodland Edge
|Dates:||July 10, 2020|
|Meets:||F from 10 AM to 11:30 AM|
Discover the unique possibilities for creating a diverse landscape along the woodland edge that attracts a wide variety of birds. Nancy discusses the distinctive characteristics of edge gardening and presents native plants that are adaptable to sun or shade, wet or dry conditions. The goal is to develop the best mix of plants for bringing birds to your yard in an area commonly considered a problem.
This class will be held virtually online via GoToTraining. Please see the PDF attached to your registration confirmation email for important information about accessing the online class.
The following organizations are offering credits for this class: Master Gardeners, APLD, DNLA, ISA, LA CES, and NOFA
Registration for this course is closed.