Mondays in March Gardening Series

 

Each year the Delaware County Master Gardeners hold an educational lecture series “Mondays in March”.  These talks are designed to both educate and entertain anyone interested in gardening and growing.  All programs are held at 7:00 p.m. at Our Savior Lutheran Church, 116 Guetzko Court in Manchester.  The series this year will celebrate the twenty-first year of the project and promises to be filled with a lot of great information, instruction, and fun.  The first lecture will be held on Monday, March 2, and will continue each Monday throughout the month with a different topic and speaker each night.  Weather related cancellations will be announced on KMCH radio.  A $2.00 donation is encouraged to help cover costs.
Please listen to KMCH (94.7) for weather announcements.

March 2 

Superior Selections- The Best Trees, Shrubs, and Evergreens for Your Home or Garden.

How to select woody plants based on texture, color, and size.
Speaker Bruce Quint, Select Landscapes of Iowa

March 9

Planting and Pruning Ornamental Trees and Shrubs.

Techniques and tips to make sure your trees and shrubs thrive and look their very best.
Speaker: Jim Childs, Retired Associate Editor, Garden Gate Magazine.

March 16

Using Perennials in the Landscape.

New perennials, plant selections and care.
Speaker: Chad Avery
Culver's Garden Center & Greenhouse Nursery

March 23

Hydroponic Plant Production

An introduction to current cropping systems.
Speaker: Matthew Kispert, Hydroponic Manager, Farmtek

March 30

Monarch Butterflies-Common Species Become Threatened

How can we help the declining Monarch population. 
Speaker Sondra Cabell, Naturalist, Buchanan County Conservation

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