“Garden Trash Into Garden Treasures”

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No matter how well we care for our garden tools, at some point they need replacing; however, don’t throw them out! Instead, find creative ways to recycle them. Come and take a tour of a local Master Gardener’s garden and see how she has turned her garden trash into garden treasures. Supplies will be provided for each participant to create their own garden hose wreath to use at home.

“Garden Trash into Garden Treasures”, a Better Living Series tour,  will be held on June 28, 2022. We will meet at the home of the Extension Master Gardener at 10:00 a.m. The address will be provided after registration is complete.

Registration and registration fee of $18.00 are due by June 23.

Register with this Eventbrite link.

For additional information or registration assistance, contact Susan Johnson at 910.321.6405.