Planting Native Perennials for Pollinators
Saturday, March 11 2:00 – 4:00pm
Location: 221 Milton Rd, Durham
This presentation will cover native plants, rich in nectar and/or pollen, which will
bloom sequentially throughout the life cycle of our Piedmont pollinators. Plants
selected for the presentation will include many that tolerate deer, heat, and
drought and will include plants for sun and shade gardens. Handouts will be
provided that summarize information about the plants presented in the
PowerPoint and include resource links for native plant gardeners.
Container Gardening: Setting Up for Success
Choose one session:
Tuesday, March 2110:00 – 11:00am or Sunday, March 26⋅2:00 – 3:00pm
Location: Cocoa Cinnamon
420 W Geer St, Durham, NC 27701, USA
For city dwellers, growing plants outdoors often means gardening in containers. Whether you live in an apartment, condo, townhome or house, our Urban Container Gardening series will get you prepared to grow ornamental plants or edibles in containers at your city home. For this two-part miniseries, you can attend either one or both seminars, as they’ll cover complementary information.
For the first part, Extension Master Gardeners Cathy Halloran and Jackie MacLeod will lead you through the steps of determining how much sun you have, choosing containers and potting medium, checking drainage and irrigation, the tools you’ll need, and choosing plants for success for your sun exposure.
Join the Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteers of Durham County to learn gardening tricks and tips at the Cocoa Cinnamon Container Gardeners.
Parking is available along the street and in the Cooperative Extension Parking lot (721 Foster St). There is a limit of 15 people per class.
This class is part of the Bull City Gardener Learning Series and is open to everyone.
This class is made possible by an Inspire-Connect-Empower Grant from the Master Gardener Association of North Carolina.
Durham Garden Forum – Plant Propagation
Tuesday, March 21 7:00 – 8:30pm
Sara Smith, Durham County Master Gardener
In the beginning, there were plants – EVERYWHERE! Plants spread across the Earth from the depths of the oceans to rocky mountain peaks. That didn’t happen with just one
method of propagation. Join us for a look at the various propagation techniques that plants employ. Learn how to facilitate their natural tendencies to produce an abundance of your favorites.
Disclaimer: Plant propagation may be habit-forming
The Durham Garden Forum is an informal group that meets once a month to enrich our gardening knowledge and skill. 3rd Tuesdays, 7:00- 8:30 pm via Zoom link sent to registrants.
Memberships: $25 per year. Members have access to video library of presentations. CONTACT US/REGISTER: email@example.com
Inaugural Plant Festival
Saturday, April 1⋅10:00am – 12:00pm
721 Foster St., Durham
Come and join us for our first ever Plant Festival, to be held on Saturday April 1 in the Foster St parking lot, the week before the Master Gardeners’ plant sale. Preview plants, ask questions, and learn from Master Gardeners and community partners! More information HERE.