|Nature’s Path to a Beautiful Garden|
Event Type: Adult|
Age Group(s): Adults
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM
Visualize your garden as the new frontier...Library: Rochester Hills Public Library
Why is so important that we foster native plants, improve soil structure and recycle litter (leaf, plant material etc.)? How can your garden make a difference? Become conscious of your surroundings as you discover the importance of native plants. In the natural world, forests are organized groupings of trees, plants, and insects.
Your choices can shape the future of your corner of this exciting new world. The numbers of native plants that we can choose from are astounding. Did you know there are over 17,000 native plants in the United States alone? No matter what country you call home, we all have the capability to create endless boundaries. Join Michael Saint for his newest lecture and take the first step on your eightfold path, creating a garden where plants not only serve the eye for beauty but also are functional and help keep our wildlife, insects, and native plant community thriving for future generations.
Location: Multipurpose Room
Registration Ends: 6/12/2012 at 5:00 PM
Contact: Ellen Kieta
Contact Number: 248-650-7124