Winter Library Garden Series 2023

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Black Eyed SusansIn-Person at Kill Devil Hills Library (meeting room), 400 Mustian Street, KDH, Phone: 252-441-4341

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Virtual via Zoom (a link to the Zoom presentation will be sent to your email within 24 hours of the presentation)

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

January 18: Plants that Survive and Thrive on the Outer Banks. Although the Outer Banks has a wonderful climate, conditions can be somewhat harsh. This part of the series will discuss seven plants that the Dare Extension Master Gardeners have determined to do well in our unique conditions.

February 8: Successful Propagation of Seedlings in Your Home.

February 22: Non-native Invasive Plants. The message here is: “know before you grow.” Some invasive plant species are beautiful, but as the name implies, they will take over. It is better to know about the risks before planting.

March 8: OBX’scaping will assist gardeners with the challenges of salt-laden winds, sandy soils, heat, humidity, and intense coastal storms.

March 22: Drought Tolerance and Low Maintenance Plants.

April 12: Firescaping for Your Home. Methods of utilizing landscaping to prevent and protect against wildfires will be presented.

Attend in-person or online. In-person location at Kill Devil Hills Library

400 S. Mustian Street

Limited seating for in-person presentations.
Must register here https://www.darenc.gov/departments/libraries/programs-for-adults