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Description: Native Plants for Your Backyard (New)

Adding a native plant to your landscape helps care for nature and enhances the local environment while adding beauty and diversity to the area. These plants are well adapted to the physical environment formed by our local climate, weather conditions, soil types, and other factors that affect gardening on the Outer Banks.

Dare County Extension Master Gardener Speakers Bureau in partnership with the Dare County Library offer this Virtual Zoom Presentation as part of the Enrichment Series for Adults.

This program is open to Dare County residents and Property Owners 18 years and older.

Program is Free, but registration is required.

Registration is through the Dare County Library:
Mar 2 Wed