Friday, January 10, 20145:30pm-7:30pm
Gardens filled with song, butterfly wings, buzzing, and beautiful color often mean growing plants to support the wildlife we love. Learn how to create an attractive garden. This “hands-on” workshop will provide participants with starter plants for their own wildlife sanctuary.
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Yellow IrisPhotographer: Lin FryeDate Taken:4/29/2008Copyright 2013, Johnston Community College
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Photographer: Lin FryeDate Taken:4/29/2008Copyright 2013, Johnston Community College
"We can in fact only define a weed, mutatis mutandis, in terms of the well-known definition of dirt - as matter out of place. What we call a weed is in fact merely a plant growing where we do not want it."E.J. Salisbury, The Living Garden, 1935