As fall approaches, different elements become important in the garden – both visually and for providing habitat. This month we will talk about how to incorporate Eco-Gardening principals into your management practices. Discover an array of fruiting trees and shrubs that add beauty to your space and provide wildlife forage.
This program takes place in-person (at Mt. Cuba Center) Saturday, September 10
About the Instructor:
Leah Brooks is Mt Cuba’s Public Programs Assistant. She is a University of Delaware graduate with dual BS in Environmental Science and Wildlife Ecology. Her passion is sharing the joy of nature and native gardening with others
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