So much coming up!
SPECIAL WORK DAY: Saturday, November 5th! 8:30-11:30 We'll be watching Bill Klipp effortlessly move the large debris pile with his mighty tractor as well as relocate the trail fines so we can finish up the trail work. This will help greatly in getting this job done.
Our next workday will be Saturday, November 19th starting at 8:30 until 11:30. We'll have our monthly meeting from noon until 1 p.m.
Please join us!!
Anyone interested in gardening or wanting to learn about native plants, should join in the fun... call Ed McNally for more info at 828-333-3883 or just come on by!
If you have an hour, please consider using it to water one of the gardens. Things are very, very dry and the Native Shrub Garden and Woodland Gardens have newly planted shrubs and would appreciate extra attention. Look for the flags and white tags. The Medicinal garden would also benefit!
Green Power Hour Monday, November 14th at 4:30 (NOTE TIME) followed by a demonstration on starting native seeds from 5:30-7 pm. Bring your questions and any seeds you want to start.
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Marshall Native Gardens is now a "certified" Native Plant Habitat.
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It's time to start putting the garden to bed for the winter. Cut back and clean up any garden debris, but leave those grass stalks standing. They provide seed for the birds as well as winter interest when covered with snow.
Now partnering with:
Reems Creek Nursery, Weaverville, NC
Southeastern Native Plant Nursery, Candler, NC
Southern Highlands Reserve, Lake Toxaway, NC
Carolina Native Nursery