Presentations at Hamilton East Public Libraries

Did you know that we offer educational presentations at the local libraries?  These are free and open to the public!  If you are a Master Gardener, these times are approved for Education!   Watch here for upcoming sessions.

You can search for events and preregister here.

 

 

Peony Planting 101

Tuesday, March 19, 2024, 6:30pm-7:30pm, at Noblesville Library

If you love Peonies and want to learn how to grow them, this is the program for you. Peony 101 will help novice gardeners and experienced gardeners new to raising peonies get started off right and headed for their first successful crop of peonies next spring.  With just these simple tips from a professional flower gardener, a healthy peony root or plant and a few minutes of planting time you too can be on your way to establishing a garden that will bloom for a lifetime.  Registration Suggested.

 

Companion and Succession Planting

Monday, April 22, 2024, 6:30pm-7:30pm, at Fishers Library

Celebrate Earth Day by learning how to make your garden more productive and healthier. Want to use fewer chemicals in your garden? Want to have a longer growing season and the opportunity to plant crops that will help each other grow better?  Learn how to use complementary and succession planting to reduce bugs, increase your output, and bring more joy to you in your garden. Registration Suggested

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