Tag Archives: succulents

July 2019 Public Education Events

July 2019 Public Education Classes include: Herbs for Flavor, Fragrance, Health and Butterflies, Mosquitos and Ticks: Identification and Control; Composting Basics, and Succulents for Small Spaces.

Check out our new Twilight Landscape Gardening series at the Fairlington Community Center!
• Native Plants of the Fairlington Community Center
• Easy Low-Cost Landscape Maintenance Techniques
• Small Space Vegetable Gardening

Don’t miss these great special events: Ask a Master Gardener at the Organic Vegetable Garden and the Simpson Garden Stroll. Continue reading

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Succulents for Small Spaces

Do you live in a small space?  Succulents are a perfect choice for your small space.
The variety of small succulents and their ability to survive in semi-arid environments with infrequent watering is what makes them a perfect choice for your small space. Continue reading

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June 2019 Public Education Events

June 2019 Public Education Classes include: Gardening for Pollinators – A Redesign of the Glencarlyn Pollinator Bed; Mosquitos and Ticks: Identification and Control; Welcoming Beautiful Butterflies, Moths and Other Critters; Ways to Get Rid of Weeds; and Succulents for Small Spaces.

Don’t miss these great special events: Sunny and Quarry Shade Gardens Open House; Ask a Master Gardener at the Organic Vegetable Garden; and the Simpson Garden Stroll.

And remember – plan NOW for Arlington County Fair Competitive Exhibits in August 2019! Continue reading

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Fairlington Teaching Garden in Warm Weather

Have you seen the Learning Garden at the Fairlington Community Center? This secluded garden has been revitalized by two enthusiastic gardeners from the class of 2017. Full of innovative ideas, it also has great funny signage! Continue reading

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