Monthly Archives: December 2018

Seeing in the Winter Garden

As the cold of winter approaches, the Glencarlyn Library Community Garden winds down. Shorter days and colder temperatures signal some of the garden perennials that it is time drop leaves and turn brown, while for others it is their time to shine. Continue reading

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January 2019 Public Education Events

The January 2019 Public Education Events are open to all, but space may be limited so be sure to register online.
This month’s offerings include Sustainable Landscaping classes on Design Basics and Building Soil Health and Urban Agriculture classes on Selecting & Starting Seeds, and Grow Lights Show and Tell. Continue reading

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TREE: Quercus alba (White Oak)

Tried and True Native Plant Selection for the Mid-Atlantic: This member of the white oak taxonomic group is an important plant to maintain biodiversity, and it supports an amazing 517 lepidoptera species. Continue reading

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Caring for your LIVE Christmas Tree

For those of you who put up your tree soon after Thanksgiving, check ou these tips from Extension AgentKirsten Ann Conrad on caring for your live Christmas tree (hint: WATER). Continue reading

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