Saturday, April 8, 2000
10 a.m. 4 p.m.
Hear Interesting Talks:
|10:30 am||Elizabeth Mueller & Anne Ripley||"Make Your Own English Stone Troughs"|
|11:30 am||Lyn Miller||"Ponds in Balance"|
|12:30 pm||Lynn Jenkins||"Mixed Borders in the Style of Christopher Lloyd"|
|1:30 pm||Kate Copsey||"Herbs Masquerading as Perennials"|
|2:30 pm||Alicia Craig-Lich||"Gardening for Wildlife"|Master Gardeners Answer Booth
Featuring Free Purdue Garden Publications and Boone Countys own Garden Guru, Doug Akers, solving your individual garden problems (1-2 p.m.) Free soil pH testing.
The Potting Shed
Pre-owned garden items for sale
The Kids Pansy Patch
For budding gardeners
Lunch available at The Garden Cafe
Get A Head Start On Garden Ideas And Shopping
at the Many Garden Booths:
|Backyard Wildlife Habitat
Birdsong Acres (garden accents)
Boone County Bluebird Society
Boy Scout Troop 350 (trees)
Central Indiana Land Trust, Inc.
Greencycle of Ind. (organic recycling) ?
Hobbit Gardens (herbs)
Net-Tec Computers (garden software)
Strawberry Hill Nursery
Vintage Echos (willow/twig furniture)
Whitmores Dogwood Farm (hostas)
Winding Walk Garden (daylilies)
Autographed copies of the book -
"Go Native! Gardening with Native Plants and Wildflowers in the Lower Midwest"
by Carolyn Harstad
Sponsored by Boone County Master Gardeners and Purdue Cooperative Service, Boone County
For more information, contact Lynn Jenkins
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