This program seeks to set the record straight on many gardening myths.
Friday, August 17, at 1 p.m. in the Large Auditorium
Perennial plants are the backbone of nearly every flower garden. Unlike annual plants, which must be replanted each spring, perennials die to the ground at the end of the season, and then regrow from the same roots the following year. People grow perennial flowers because they are such easy-care, dependable performers, and because they offer an enormous variety of color, texture and form. Join us as Master Gardner Richard Cybulsky discusses the basics of garden design, plant selection and care.
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