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Ground Covers - Plants That Work
Thursday, September 28 2017
10:00 am to Noon
Come join Valrie Massey, Horticulture Program Assistant, as she presents how landscaping with low-growing ground cover plants has become a popular trend in landscape practices because once they are established, these plants will need little or no water. Learn noteworthy plants, site considerations, and management of these plants.
This class satisfies the landscape educational requirement for the Manatee County Outdoor Water Conservation Rebate Program.
If you have a plant with a problem, bring a branch sample with leaf or flower to class.
Contact: Joann (941) 722-4524 for further class information.
Questions pertaining to the Manatee County Outdoor Water Conservation Program should be directed to: Ingrida, Utility Department (941-792-8811, ext. 5327)
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