How Does Your Garden Grow? | Environment
From the City of Tyler:
Join us at the Tyler Public Library for the second in a series of classes and demonstrations by various local gardening experts.
“East Texas Flower Gardening” on Thursday, May 9 will feature suggestions to make your flower garden perfect for the East Texas climate. Flowers that will work in sun and shade will be featured along with ideas for use of color and design to make your yard a showcase. There is no charge or registration required for this class.
“Tyler is known for its beautiful gardens and we hope this class will give gardeners the skills to enhance their landscaping,” said City Librarian Mary Vernau.
Other classes include “Composting: Inside and Out” on Thursday, May 16; “Herbs That Heal and How to Make Herbal Lib Balm” on Thursday, May 23; “EarthKind Roses” on Thursday, May 30; and “Container Gardening” on Thursday, June 6. Some classes require registration and a small supply fee.
Check the Library’s home page at www.tylerlibrary.com for more information.
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