• By Southside Library
  • Posted Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Autumn Is Our Best Gardening Season.

Wednesday, Sept. 12th, 7:00 pm
Southside Library Auditorium
Composting in the Home Garden

The hows and whys of composting, for your healthiest and most productive home garden. Learn various ways to utilize your yard waste at home instead of sending your plant material to the landfill. Easy steps to good aged compost.

Tuesday, Oct. 2nd, 7:00 pm
Southside Library Auditorium
Growing Small Fruits in the Landscape

Who doesn’t like berries and other wonderful fruit from your own garden? Techniques and recommendations for our area. Preparing the soil, amendments like fertilizer, how many plants you need, pruning, and harvesting are all to be discussed in this program.

Saturday, Nov. 10th, 11:00 am
Southside Library Auditorium
Decorative and Producing Vines—Going Vertical

You have more space than you know in your garden—grow up, vertically that is, with vines. The number of attractive and productive vines that grow well in our gardens will amaze you. There are many vines available that are not too aggressive or invasive. Annual and perennial vine varieties will be discussed along with the cultural and pruning requirements.

We have fall garden programs taking place at all our Forsyth County Public Library branches. Here is a complete list of programs for our fall series.

All programs are free and open to the public but we ask that you pre-register before attending. To pre-register please call 336 703-2850, or e-mail Kitrinka Gordon.

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