Learn Gardeners host back garden stroll, classes Saturday

Whippoorwill Gardens, among Atlanta and Douglassville, will have its 5th once-a-year Walk in the Back garden just one-working day studying and gardening practical experience Saturday commencing 8:30 a.m.

Introduced by Cass County Grasp Gardeners, 4 lessons and lunch will be provided. A scavenger hunt, door prizes, plant sale and suppliers are also on the activities list.

The courses are:

n “Building a Bluebird Habitat” with Keith Kridler at 9:30 a.m.

n “Native Bees” with Larry Brown at 10 a.m.

n “Container Gardening Hacks” with Aaron Harding at 11 a.m.

n “Honey Bees Swarm Capture” with Jessica Rymel at 1:15 p.m.

Lunch will be at 12 p.m.

Excursions of the grounds as developed and taken care of by Cass County Grasp Gardeners will be conducted. Price of the spring seminar is $20

Tickets are offered at the doorway beginning at 8:30 a.m. Tickets may possibly also be obtained by calling Aaron Harding at 903-306-8696

Whippoorwill Gardens is situated at 5024 Farm to Industry 2328 in Cass County amongst Atlanta and Douglassville. Way indicators will be put along the route.

For inquiries, speak to 903-756-5391 or 903-748-3414.

Texas Learn Gardener is a plan of Texas A&M Agrilife Extension.


Whippoorwill Gardens will be the website for gardening seminars on Saturday. (Image by Neil Abeles)


Aaron Harding is coming up from a new wildflower trail commending the initiatives of Debbie Chandler. This trail will be toured all through Saturday’s “A Stroll in the Gardens” seminar. (Photograph by Neil Abeles)


Aaron Harding and other Cass County Master gardeners are preparing Whippoorwill Gardens in Cass County for a entire, 1-working day gardening seminar Saturday. (Photograph by Neil Abeles)

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