Register online at: go.ncsu.edu/guilfordgarden
For beautiful flowers in spring, plan ahead and plant some bulbs after the first autumn frost. Flowering bulbs like daffodils, hyacinths, and crocus are among the earliest flowers every year, and some even start to bloom as early as January. Bulbs can be planted in flower beds, in lawns, under and around trees, or grown in containers - many will come back and even multiply for years of beauty with minimal care.
Classes are free but pre-registration is requested.
Join Guilford County’s EXTENSION MASTER GARDENER Volunteers for a lively and informative gardening presentation each month through the fall season. These “Lunch and Learn” sessions are all scheduled from 12:00 noon until 1:00 pm: no refreshments are provided, but participants are welcome to bring and eat lunch during the program. Take a mid-day break from your schedule and talk gardening with friends!
Programs are designed to be approximately one hour long but may run slightly over depending on questions and discussion - which are encouraged!
You are welcome to sign up for as many classes as you like. However, classes on the same subject will be the same.
For more information, contact Lauren Taubert at 336-641-2400