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.
Classes are FREE and open to the public as part of our community education sponsored by the Master Gardeners of the Ozarks.
Brown Bag Lunch Series Schedule - 2018
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 17 - COMPANION PLANTING
Cathy Wolven - Master Gardener Emeritus
Do you enjoy being with friends? So do Plants! Find out who likes who in this companion planting class.
MAY 15 - UP-CYCLE FOR HOME AND GARDEN
Marie Ewing, Master Gardener
Don't fill our landfills with items that can be used again. We'll show you some ways packaging and everyday items can be up-cycled for your home and garden. Be prepared to share any creative ideas you might have.
JUNE 19 - GARDEN PLANTS FOR HOT WEATHER
Marsha Whitley - Cedar Creek Nursery
The Ozarks can get really HOT in the summer. Improve your gardening success by learning which plants can take the heat.
JULY 17 - ALL ABOUT HERBS
Maggie Shank & Norma Ross - Master Gardeners
Learn the basics on growing, harvesting and using herbs. Recipes and tasting will be available. Even learn some medicinal benefits of Herbs. Visit our newly renovated Herb Garden for planting ideas.
AUGUST 21 - EDIBLE FLOWERS
Marie Ewing - Master Gardener
Learn which flowers are edible and which are not! What parts of the flowers can be eaten and be ready to sample. Recipes will be available.
SEPTEMBER 18 - TRIED AND TRUE PLANTS FOR THE OZARKS
Melissa Jenkins - Cedarbrook Garden Center
Planting and maintaining a garden in the Ozarks can be a challenge. Melissa will share her favorite plants that do not require a lot of maintenance. These include conifers, broadleaf evergreens, blooming shrubs and perennials.