Starting this Saturday, April 29, and continuing for the next three Saturday mornings, Dug In Farms, White Stone, will host workshops by local plant and pollinator experts.
In the first workshop, “Shoreline Planting & Restoration,” Carol Martin shows how to create a living ecosystem that is both beautiful and restorative to the shoreline. On May 6, Betsy Washington will lead “Plant This, Not That,” a class to help gardeners choose native plant alternatives that are better for the environment, birds and pollinators, without compromising attractiveness.
In “Monarch Habitat Landscaping,” on Saturday, May 13, Karen Williams will offer insights about the now endangered Monarch butterfly and how gardeners can help sustain this pollinator population. On May 20, Denise Greene will lead “How to Plant a Pollinator Garden.” This workshop will show how plants can create an environment to keep pollinator birds, bees, butterflies, and bugs well-cared for throughout the year.
Each of th...
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