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The Jefferson & Harrison Learn Gardener Volunteers’ Spring Backyard garden Occasion & Plant Sale is set for 9 a.m. April 30 at the Scio Branch Library.

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SCIO — Sign up for the Jefferson & Harrison Learn Gardener Volunteers on Saturday, April 30, starting at 9 a.m. at the Scio Branch Library (Decreased Level, 331 W. Major St., Scio) to understand about gardening for indoor and outside spots in the course of the growing year and to decide on up plants from the plant sale.

From Bonsai tactics to building personal garden nooks, members will enjoy arms-on studying and get to take dwelling a craft and selection of plants.

Matter Lineup:

∫ Gardening with Tropical – Seeking Plants with Michael Hauber

∫ Make-and-Acquire Backyard Gnomes with Marianne O’Donnell

∫ Herbs for Your Backyard garden with Barbara Dewey

∫ Expanding African Violets with Barbara Dewey

∫ Bonsai Applying Houseplants with Rita Mullet

∫ Backyard Topiary Developing with Laura Alexander and

∫ Developing a Non-public Backyard Get-Away Nook with Laura Alexander.

Registration for the Spring Garden Bash is $40 for each particular person to go over speaker expenses, craft materials and handouts. Place is limited, and pre-registration is essential by April 18 at 5 p.m. Make checks out to OSU Extension and mail registrations to: OSU Extension Jefferson County, Jefferson & Harrison Grasp Gardener Volunteers, 500 Industry Road, Suite 512, Steubenville, OH 43952. Complimentary coffee, tea, and early morning snacks furnished together with lunch. Cease by the property sale desk to invest in back garden resources, gloves and extra.

The plant sale is open up to the community and opens at 9 a.m. no registration necessary. Plants will be obtainable right up until 2 p.m. or right up until bought out. Crops contain a range of houseplants, herbs, cannas bulbs, zinnias, marigolds, decorative grasses, hostas, dahlias, African violets, lambs ear, ajuga, lantana and a lot more.

Exclusive thanks to our function sponsors, Riesbeck’s Meals Marketplaces and Harrison County Farm Bureau. For a lot more info, get in touch with 740-264-2212 or check with a Grasp Gardener volunteer.

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