Library Garden Series Goes Virtual!
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Are you interested in gardening? Here’s a way to make your winter blues go away!
Start planning your spring garden now with the Library Garden Series presented by Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteers of Dare County Speaker’s Bureau in partnership with the Dare County Library’s Enrichment Series for Adults.
This year all programs will be offered “virtually” rather than in
person. All programs will be on Wednesdays at 11 a.m. Presentations will last
approximately one hour, and people can choose to attend one or all of the programs that are of interest to them. For 2021, we hope you will join us for many brand new never-before-offered programs as well as some of our most popular topics from years past.
The 2021 Garden Series will kick off with Plants that Survive & Thrive on the Outer
Banks, a familiar topic, but this year with all new plant selections. Dare County Master Gardeners have chosen plants that have done well in the tough conditions of the Outer Banks. Featured plants this year are Gaura, Echinacea, Seaside Goldenrod, Beautyberry, Hibiscus, Southern Wax Myrtle, and Fig. Plants that Survive & Thrive on the Outer Banks will be presented Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at 11 a.m.
Succulent plants in landscaping, as well as an indoor plant, has become a big gardening trend. A brand new program, Succulents, will provide information on these popular plants and their care. Join us for Succulents on Wednesday, March 10, 2021, at 11 a.m.
Weeds: Love them, Leave them, or Kick them out! is another all-new program to the series. This presentation will discuss common weeds on the Outer Banks as well as techniques to help manage them. Weeds: Love them, Leave them, or Kick them out! will be presented on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, at 11 a.m.
Do you have an area in your yard that collects water? The program Rain Gardens talks about how creating a rain garden can help with stormwater management and the plants that will work well on the Outer Banks. Rain Gardens will be presented on Wednesday, April 7, 2021, at 11 a.m.
The 2020 Garden Series will wrap-up with Drought Tolerant Plants. Plants that handle dry conditions and still offer a variety of color and flowers are very desirable on the Outer Banks. Learn more about the care and maintenance of these drought tolerant plants. Drought Tolerant Plants will be presented Wednesday, April 21, 2021, at 11 a.m.
All presentations are courtesy of the Extension Master Gardener Volunteers of Dare County Speaker’s Bureau and are free.
Individuals must pre-register for these virtual programs by going to the library’s website.
The program link will be emailed out to registrants the day before the program is
scheduled to take place. For more information, please call the Dare County Library in Kill Devil Hills 441-4331, Hatteras 986-2385, or Manteo at 473-2372.