WSU BENTON-FRANKLIN EXTENSION MASTER GARDENER PROGRAM
Fall Garden Day is a day-long program of gardening classes for local gardeners. Fall Garden Day classes will focus on fall gardening from preparing the garden for winter to planning next year’s garden, planting bulbs, dividing perennials, and more. The morning classes will be inside the Grange Hall. Most afternoon classes will move out into the Master Gardener Demonstration Garden. Our keynote speaker will be Lisa Hill who will be talking about how to plan your garden for “Hummingbirds and Backyard Birds.”
Fall Container Gardens
Planting Bulb Basics
Growing and Using Herbs
All About Bats
Fall Rose Care
Fall Care of Ornamental Grasses
This workshop is open to the public. The deadline for registration is September 28, 2011. To register call the Benton County Extension Office at 509-735-3551. The charge is $20.00 per person.
The facilities for this program are handicapped accessible. Reasonable accommodations for individuals who qualify under the American with Disabilities Act are available upon request. If accommodation is not requested 10 days in advance, we cannot guarantee availability of accommodation on site. Please contact us at 509-735-3551.
WSU Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local WSU Extension office.
Fall Garden Day is a day-long program of gardening classes for local gardeners.