Monthly Archives: May 2013

Requests Start to Sprout for the MGNV Speakers Bureau

By Carol Rosen Punxsutawney Phil may have predicted six more weeks of winter when he emerged in early February, but that’s when spring started for the MGNV Speakers Bureau. Regardless of the cold and snow, a good crop of ten … Continue reading

Posted in Public Education, Speakers Bureau

Weed Control… and Other Jokes?

By Joyce Hilton The minister began the sermon by asking how many in the congregation were gardeners.  Then the minister asked what was the first thing they saw when they walked into their gardens.   Silence … followed by the obvious … Continue reading

Posted in Public Education, Weeds

Interested in Native Plants?

The Virginia Native Plant Society strives to inform members and the community about the beauty, value, and importance of native plants to our environment. They host monthly lectures, lead nature walks, and propagate and sell native plants for landscapes. There are two area … Continue reading

Posted in Tried and True Native Plant Selections for the Mid-Atlantic