Here’s some wonderful programs scheduled in our area:
March 10 – Forks on Friday: Presented By NC Cooperative Extension and Extension Master Gardeners – Growing Amazing Tomatoes in the Piedmont at the Cooperative Extension Office on Fairchild Rd. W/S Bring your lunch and learn gardening skills 12:00 noon – 1:00pm You can register by calling 336 703-2850
March 15 – Adult Education Classes at Tanglewood Arboretum Office – No Deer Here: 11:00 am to 12:00 noon Registration required 336 703-2850 Space is limited.
March 23 – Lunch and Learn at Ciener Botanical Gardens 12:00 noon “The Making of a perennial Border” by Adrienne Roethling Registration required 336 996-7888 $2.00 fee for non-members
April 8 – Opening Day at the Emily Allen Wildflower Preserve. 10:00 am – 2:00pm – 1466 Old Town Rd W/S Come tour this gem of a garden right here in our backyard. Open to the Public free
April 8 – Plant Sale and Spring Tulip Bloom – Ciener Botanical Garden – Plant Sale 8:00 am – Noon Come and enjoy the over 24,000 bulbs that will be blooming
April 22- 25 Annual Spring Plant Sale at Tanglewood Arboretum and classes:
April 24 – Planting a Cutting Garden – 11:00am – noon Learn what plants to grow and how to harvest them for long-lasting blooms from Forsyth County Cooperative Extension Horticulture Agent, Leslie Peck Registration required. 336 703-2850
April 25 – Drip Irrigation – 11:00 am – noon – Learn how to put together a small drip irrigation system. Following the demonstration, a tour of several gardens in the Arboretum will be offered to show 3 different types of drip irrigation. Don Speranza, retired engineer and gardener
April 25 – Plan to spend the day at Tanglewood: There will be 3 major Plant Sales going on that day though out Tanglewood. All 3 will offer different plants for sale.