Where: Woonsocket Harris Public Library in person and on Zoom a hybrid program

When: September 23rd

Time: 6-7pm

 

Attention all gardeners!

This is our very first hybrid program. It will be done via zoon but for those who do not want to join by zoon you may come to the library and watch it with others on the big screen but you must register as we are limited in capacity due to Covid roon restrictions.

Reister here: https://tinyurl.com/putgardentobed

 

 

Putting the Garden to bed

Putting the garden to bed : a URI Master Gardener Program


The end of the growing season is the time to prepare the growing beds, perennials, lawn and trees for the rigors of winter; to do any fall planting; and to prepare for spring. In this talk we’ll cover what to do to prepare the ground and plants for winter, and spring.

Bill Baddeley has been a URI master gardener since 2014. He gives talks on organic & sustainable vegetable gardening subjects.

 

 

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