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GARDENING EVENTS FOR September 2016

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Garden in Small Spaces

Date: 06 September 2016 - 06 September 2016
Time: noon - 1:00 p.m.
Cost: Free
Location: 1262 Government Circle, Jonesboro, GA
Phone: (770) 473-5434

Details:

With thoughtful planning, sufficient sunlight, and access to water, even small spaces can provide a garden oasis. See what others have accomplished in tiny spaces and gain the tools to create a space where plants can flourish.

The class is free, but registration is required. To register, call 770-473-5434 or email hortpa@uga.edu. Provide your name and the name of the class. Or, register online: http://ugaextension.org/county-offices/clayton.html

“Trees of Our Lives: Small Native Trees for the Landscape”

Date: 08 September 2016 - 08 September 2016
Time: 1-2PM
Cost: Free
Location: The Garden Enthusiast-Backyard Nature Station
Phone: (404) 474-4072

Details:

Dawn Hines, Master Gardener and Master Naturalist, will present this PowerPoint Presentation which includes many local photographs about all aspects of tree care: choosing, planting, pruning, and the danger of non-native invasives (or exotics) in our landscapes and native areas. Georgia native trees are highlighted.

Thyme to Read Book Club

Date: 09 September 2016 - 09 September 2016
Time: 1015a - 1130a
Cost: free
Location: Cobb County Water Lab, 660 S Cobb Dr & Atlanta Rd
Phone: (770) 998-8737

Details:

Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver, facilitator Marge Igyarto

Lunch & Learn

Date: 09 September 2016 - 09 September 2016
Time: 1200noon - 100p
Cost: free
Location: Cobb County Water Lab, 660 S Cobb Dr & Atlanta Rd
Phone: (770) 528-4070

Details:

Cobb Master Gardeners present Lawn Care – Weeds and All – Five steps to a beautiful lawn including the most practical turf grasses for Georgia with Debra Stockton, Cobb MG Bring a lunch and join us.

Junior Beekeeper Program

Date: 10 September 2016 - 10 September 2016
Time: 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM
Cost: $30.00
Location: Brookhaven
Phone:

Details:

One day educational event for kids 6-13 years old. Children watch a video presentation about honeybees and participate in a live beehive inspection, honey extraction and hive construction. Protective clothing and all equipment are provided. Where do honeybees live? Learn how they work. Discover how they make honey. Watch them fly. See them talk. Learn how they pollinate flowers and find out why honeybees are so important to us every day.

Plants that Perform Well for Me

Date: 13 September 2016 - 13 September 2016
Time: 700p - 800p
Cost: free
Location: West Cobb Regional Library
Phone: (770) 528-4070

Details:

Cobb Master Gardeners present Gardeners’ Night Out – with Jack Driskell, Cobb MG. Plant materials from my garden will be used to demonstrate how location and other factors are important in creating a successful garden.

“Tame Wildflowers: Native Plants for Your Garden”

Date: 17 September 2016 - 17 September 2016
Time: 11AM-12PM
Cost: Free
Location: The Garden Enthusiast-Backyard Nature Station
Phone: (404) 474-7072

Details:

Dawn Hines, Master Gardener and Master Naturalist, will make this PowerPoint presentation which contains a collection of lush photographs and information to introduce a few good Native Plants for the garden. Also included in the presentation is an excerpt on Heritage Plants and Non-Native Invasives.

Carnivorous Plants of the Southeast

Date: 22 September 2016 - 22 September 2016
Time: 12:15 - 1:00PM
Cost: Free
Location: VIP Building, Clayton County International Park, 2300 Highway 138, Jonesboro 30236
Phone: (678) 473-5434

Details:

Learn how and why pitcher plants, sundews, and Venus Flytraps catch, kill and digest their prey. Grow these hardy, non-fussy natives in your yard and you will be the talk of the town. Taught by Suzanne Norman, Master Gardener Extension Volunteer.