SPECIAL Power Hour: Monday, September 26th 5:30-6:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, September 28th, about 9:30 Zev Friedman will be in the Forest Farm helping us plan the next steps for that garden. Contact Rachell for info: Rachell.Skerlec@gmail.com
We've made further progress on the woodland shade garden path... we've reached the bottom of the slope. Ed & Bill built a bridge over the drainage area. We'll continue working upward now to meet the Forest Farm path.
Our next workday will be Saturday, October 8th starting at 8:30 until 11:30. (You're right... it's not the third Saturday) We'll have our monthly meeting afterward.
Please join us!!
October's power hour will be the 10th from 5:30-6:30. But wait... if you have energy, a few of us will start at 4:oo p.m. to plant shrubs that have been waiting for the cooler weather to be put in the ground.
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!
Southern Highlands Reserve's
Role in Conservation
at the Marshall Public Library
Friday, October 7th
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Marshall Native Gardens is now a "certified" Native Plant Habitat.
The butterfly garden has been truly spectacular this summer. It's beauty will continue into the fall... watch as the colors change along with what plants are in bloom. We'll be weeding and dead heading many of the spent stalks and blooms to tidy things up, as well as collecting seed for next year. Have questions about any of these tasks? Give Ed a call at 828-333-3883 and he will gladly fill you in.
Now partnering with:
Reems Creek Nursery, Weaverville, NC
Southeastern Native Plant Nursery, Candler, NC
Southern Highlands Reserve, Lake Toxaway, NC
Carolina Native Nursery