Native Plants for a Small Garden

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Saturday, March 16th, 2024
to (Eastern Time)
West End Branch, Richmond Public Library, 5420 Patterson Ave, Richmond, VA, 23226 Map
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Public Welcome Will be Recorded Program/Speaker Presentation Wheelchair Accessible Public Restroom Free Public Parking Drinking Fountains

Many people would like to plant native plants in their yards but don't have a lot of space. This presentation by certified Virginia master naturalist Sheryl Smith will highlight Virginia native plants that stay small and spread slowly.

Plants discussed will include mostly perennial flowers, with some grasses, ferns, and shrubs. There will be a handout with a description of each plant: what pollinators and baby butterflies/moths it supports, how to grow it, how big it gets, etc.

The Wild Ones Greater Richmond Virginia Chapter will record the presentation for later posting online, and a hybrid (online) option is available for persons who wish to attend via Zoom. When registering to reserve a place, please select the in-person option (up to 40 seats are available) or the hybrid/online option.  

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