Master Gardeners Spring Series


Meeting Room A

Master Gardeners - Mar 22

Time to get out and get planting! Join us for this popular spring series offered by the Linn County Master Gardeners! 

March 8 -- Daylilies: A Most “Mis-Underestimated” Perennial, presented by Zora Ronan, LCMG. This class is for those gardeners who think that all daylilies are yellow or orange, and who want to move beyond ‘Stellas.’  LCMG and American Hemerocallis Garden Judge Zora Ronan will explore the many forms, patterns, and colors in the daylily world and how to incorporate them in your garden. (Meeting Room A) 
March 15 --  Moonlight Gardens, presented by Debbie Main, LCMG. Love your gardens from warm summer evenings through snowy winter nights by choosing elements and plantings to take advantage of romantic moonlight. Lots of ideas on how to love your gardens every hour of the day. (Meeting Room A)
March 22 -- Starting Seeds at Home, presented by Zora Ronan, LCMG. This class will give you all the information you need to successfully start garden transplants and vegetable and flower seeds at home with a minimum amount of equipment.  Save money and get the special varieties you want to grow. (Meeting Room B)
March 29 -- New Perennials 2017, presented by Deb Walser, LCMG. Garden catalogs are full of amazing perennials; learn how to select the best for your garden. Deb will show some of the newest and coolest perennials available in nurseries near you and talk about her favorite plants that grow in her gardens. (Meeting Room A)