Second Nature

This seven-part series will help you enrich your garden. Get challenging ideas about sustainable and eco-friendly gardening as well as other interesting garden tips.

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September 20: Michael Leach, former garden writer for the Columbus Dispatch, will discuss horticulture trends leading to the greener garden.

October 18: Learn more about the role of public gardens in promoting sustainable landscapes from Jenny Pope, education director at the Dawes Arboretum.

November 15: If you're mad about mushrooms, don't miss this informative session! Dr. Marita King, an associate professor of chemistry at The Ohio State University, will discuss the do's and don'ts of collecting and much more.

February 21: Worthington herbalist Monica Shaner will share valuable information about growing and working with herbs.

March 21: Gardeners can play an important role in water conservation and management. Do your part with tips from Stephanie Suter of the Franklin County Soil and Water Conservation District.

April 18: Insects are vital to a healthy environment. Dr. Celeste Welty, an associate professor of entomology at The Ohio State University, will explain why.

May 16: When a large garden just isn't possible, try a container garden! Get ideas from Cindy Maravik, an Inniswood Metro Gardens naturalist.

When

May 16, 2013
7:00pm - 8:30pm

Where

Griswold Center
777 High Street
Worthington, OH 43085
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  • Old Worthington
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  • Worthington Park
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