Feb. 15—The Cherokee County Grasp Gardeners will present their annual Spring Conference Saturday, Feb. 22.
The convention, slated from 1 to 4 p.m., will be hosted at the 1st United Methodist Church, 1031 SE Loop 456, Jacksonville.
Speakers and their matters contain:
—Skip Richter, Brazos CEA-Horticulture — 10 Common Landscape Problems
—Kim Benton, Cherokee CEA-Horticulture — Fruit Tree Collection in East Texas
—Jay White, Texas Gardener Journal — Pest Free Organically
Sellers, including the Texas Gardener Journal and Alcatraz Plant farm, will be present with things from gardening guides to vegetation accessible for invest in.
Door prizes, donated by local businesses, will be offered all through the meeting.
“It really is been great how area firms assistance the extension agents and the master gardeners,” Benton said.
The expense of the meeting is $15 per particular person and can be compensated by dollars or verify at the door.
For more details about the Cherokee County AgriLife Extension Business office, visit the website, cherokee.agrilife.org, or the Cherokee County — Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Provider Facebook webpage.
For a lot more facts on the Cherokee County Learn Gardeners, pay a visit to the Learn Gardener’s webpage on the Extension Workplace website, below the Horticulture tab, or go specifically to cherokee.agrilife.org/horticulture/grasp-gardeners/. The Cherokee County Grasp Gardener Affiliation also maintains a Facebook webpage below the identify of the group.