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Basics of Native Plant Gardening • Douglas County

Thursday, Apr 18th, 2019 @ 7pm
Eudora Community Center • 1630 Elm St. • Eudora, KS • Map

Native plants beautify our landscapes, lift our spirits, and nourish the life around us. Join the Douglas Co. Extension Master Gardeners, Grassland Heritage Foundation, and the City of Eudora to learn how you can include more native plants in your yard.

Roxie McGee, Master Gardener and Co-coordinator of the KU Medicinal Plant Garden, and GHF Education Coordinator Kim Bellemere will talk about why gardening with natives is so important and how to get started in your yard. Topics will include natives and wildlife, starting and enlarging native gardens, site assessment, and plant selection, purchasing, and planting.

An RSVP is encouraged. Email GHF at grasslandheritage@gmail.com for more information and to RSVP.

Co-hosted by the Douglas County Master Gardeners, the City of Eudora, and the Grassland Heritage Foundation.

Contact: Kim Bellemere grasslandheritage@gmail.com 7858408104

Sponsor: Grassland Heritage Foundation

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