Gardening Adventures with Master Gardener Volunteers

"Attracting Wildlife and Butterflies"
Gail Beaulieu, Master Gardener Volunteer

  • Monday, September 25, 2023 – 10:00 am11:30 am

The boundary between where our garden ends and where nature begins doesn't need to be as rigidly defined as the lines on a map may imply. But blurring this line may be one of the greatest challenges a garden designer can face. Intentionally planting with the aim of attracting wildlife is a simple way to invite nature in and bring our gardens into harmony with the world around us. Join us for this Master Gardener presentation addressing various strategies for enticing creatures to come visit, so that you can expand the edge of your garden to the ends of the Earth!

A roosting hummingbird

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