Fall 2017 Lunch and Learn
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!
All sessions are free and you may join as many sessions as you like. All sessions on a particular subject are the same.
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August - Container Edibles: Grow a Cool Season Salad
Even if you have limited room, sun, or time, containers can give you a productive and personal garden space. Fall is a great time to start because the salad crops thrive in the cooler temperatures. Grow some of your own vegetables and herbs to eat better and also save on your food budget! We'll cover all the basics of the best ways to do it: with the right location, good timing, a good plan, and a little tending.
September - Spring Flowering Bulbs
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.
October - Fall Gardening: What do I do now?
Spring and summer gardens are beautiful, but fall is a wonderful season for gardening in the Piedmont! This is the perfect time for planting, transplanting, and starting fall-flowering containers - after the long hot summer, cooler temperatures make it easier on the plants and on the gardener too. Simple seasonal chores like winterizing tools are also on the list, to help you be prepared for future gardening seasons.
Interested in More Gardening Programs?
Visit Extension's website (www.guilfordextension.com) for the schedules of our gardening programs and public events around Guilford County.

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