Tired of winter?

Then it’s time to start planning some gardens!  The Attleboro Garden Club is pleased to present a series of 3 free programs by URI Master Gardeners at the Attleboro Public Library.  Please register with the Library for each program by visiting www.AttleboroLibrary.org/Register or call 508-222-0157.  All programs are from 6:30 to 8 PM.
  • Monday, March 24th, Claire Golembewski will speak about “Pruning,” including the tools of the trade and the how, what, when and why to prune.  Claire coordinates the URI Master Gardeners Greenhouse project at Attleboro High School, taught the Continuing Ed program on Gardening and worked in the Green Industry for several years.
  • Wednesday, April 2nd, Ken Oles will present “Vegetable Gardening,” including soil preparation and amendments, what and when to plant and garden maintenance.  Ken is a beekeeper (20 years) and the organizer and consultant for Wrentham’s “Harvest from the Heart” project that grows fresh produce for the Wrentham Food Pantry.
  • Monday, May 5th, Terry Melvin will speak on “Perennials,” including “what is a perennial,” soil preparation and amendments, how to decide what to plant where and dividing perennials.  Terry is the URI Master Gardeners Speaker Bureau coordinator and chairs the Monastery Garden at Monastery Park in Cumberland RI.
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