DULUTH, Minn.- One more natural environment-loving party in excess of at the Depot Saturday presented some gardening advice and also promoted assistance for the people of Ukraine.
The St. Louis County Extension hosted their Spring Gardening Extravaganza at the depot for the first time.
About 150 persons showed up to test out shows and presentations on developing all varieties of fruits and warm-period veggies, bouquets, shrubs, and more.
It also incorporated a presentation on sunflowers, the countrywide flower of Ukraine, and all individuals ended up given 3 packets of sunflower seeds to plant themselves.
“We seriously preferred to devote the meeting to the persons of Ukraine and we gave away sunflowers and we’re going to have a tiny discussion about the importance and value of sunflowers to Ukraine and encourage anyone to just take their seed and plant it via our local community in guidance of the Ukrainian people,” mentioned Bob Olen, Horticulturist.
The pandemic forced the event to go virtual the past 2 years, but organizers say it aided the turnout because far more folks acquired into gardening and getting eco-friendly even though cooped up at house.