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Divide and Multiply: Seed Collection, Plant Propagation and Preparing Your Garden for Winter • Douglas County

Saturday, Sep 22nd, 2018 @ 9am
KU Native Medicinal Plant Reserach Garden • KU Native Medicinal Plant Research Garden 1865 E. 1600 Rd. • Lawrence, KS • Map

Join GHF for the final workshop in our 2018 Gardening with Native Plants Workshop Series and learn how to maintain and expand a native plant garden that supports wildlife through the winter and blooms with abandon the next year.

Learn how to divide plants, collect and store seeds, and prepare your garden for winter with Courtney Masterson, Prairie Ecologist and owner of Native Lands, LLC. Roxie McGee with the Douglas Co. Extension Master Gardeners, who manage the Garden, will be available for questions and discussion
An RSVP is encouraged. Email GHF at grasslandheritage@gmail.com to RSVP and for more information.

The 2018 workshop series is for everyone who wants to learn more about native plant gardening. Learn more at www.grasslandheritage.com or follow GHF on Facebook.

The KU Native Medicinal Plant Research Garden is a collaborative effort of Douglas County Master Gardeners and Kansas Biological Survey. Open daily dawn to dusk the Garden features native plants of the Great Plains with signage explaining their traditional uses

Contact: Kim Bellemere grasslandheritage@gmail.com 785-840-8104

Sponsor: Grassland Heritage Foundation

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