Pack your lunch and join us in our garden setting for casual, informative programs. Classes will be held the third Tuesday of the month. It is an outdoor setting, so dress appropriately for the weather. Programs are an hour-long beginning at 12 noon. If the weather is rainy or too hot the program is often moved to the Community Presbyterian Church basement, at 271 Main Street.
Classes are FREE and open to the public as part of our community education sponsored by the Master Gardeners of the Ozarks, volunteers with the University of Missouri Extension.
April 16th - October 15th, 2019. Third Tuesdays
Brown Bag Lunch Series Schedule - 2019
FREE and open to the public
At the Demonstration Garden
Taney County Extension
122 Felkins Ave.
For our Tuesday classes, pack your lunch and join us in our garden setting for casual, informative programs. It is an outdoor setting, so dress appropriately. Some seating is provided, but you can bring a lawn chair. Programs are an hour-long beginning at 12 noon.
April 16 - Seed Starting
Bill Greet, Master Gardener
Tired of spending a lot of money on plants. Start your own plants with seeds.
May 21 - Right Plant in the Right Place
Rita Hlasney, Master Gardener
Things I have learned from gardening in the Ozarks over the past 17 years and sharing tips for success.
June 18 - Lilies
Penny Meador, Master Gardener
What is a true Lily and how to grow them. Lilies, learn all about these lovely and easy to grow perennial flowers.
July 16 - Water Wise
Marie Ewing, Master Gardener
Learn how to keep those thirsty plants alive without the high water bill. And other water related issues.
August 20 - Preserving Your Garden Abundance
Marie Ewing, Master Gardeners
So you have a great garden and now you have too much. Learn about dehydrating, freezing, and both kinds of canning. We’ll be in the kitchen for this one, at the Community Presbyterian Church basement, 271 Main
Sept. 17- Bring the Garden in for Fall
Alice Troyke, Master Gardener
Bringing the garden in for the fall can be traumatic to plants, people and pets. There are ways to make the transition less inconvenient and more enjoyable for all. The secret is planning ahead.
October 15 - Seed Saving
Maggie Shanks, Master Gardener
So you have this great annual that you want to try again next year. Why not save the seed? Learn all the do’s and don’ts of saving your own seeds.