Gardening & Beyond: Landscaping for Wildlife

Go beyond gardening during this informative series!

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September 19: Enjoy bulb beauty any time of year! Get tips from Don Humphrey, lifelong gardener and Worthington resident.

October 17: Find out how you can improve your soil by composting fall leaves, yard waste and winter scraps.

November 21: It is possible to safely forage beyond your vegetable patch! Rick Gardner, an Ohio Department of Natural Resources botanist, will tell you how.

February 20: We love the sight of butterflies and moths, but the caterpillars they come from are often underappreciated. Jim McCormac will teach us more about these amazing creatures.

March 20: Whether you have limited space or just don't want a large garden, Dave Kulikowski will explain how to get the most out of small spaces with intensive techniques.

April 17: Dawes Arboretum horticulturalist Peter Lowe will discuss the benefits of growing small native trees for wildlife and enjoyment.

May 15: Marne Titchenell, wildlife extension program specialist at The Ohio State University, will discuss landscaping and planting to live in harmony with the wildlife in our area.


May 15, 2014
7:00pm - 8:30pm


Griswold Center
777 High Street
Worthington, OH 43085
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