‘Four Seasons Gardening in Wisconsin’ topic for Feb. 24 talk

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UW-Extension and Stein Gardens & Gifts are pleased to announce that Nicholas Staddon, director of New Plant Introductions for Monrovia Growers, will present “Four Seasons Gardening in Wisconsin” to the public on Feb. 24 at 7 p.m at the Kenosha County Center (Highways 45 and 50) Bristol.

In addition, there will be a reception for Staddon from 6 to 7  p.m. for gardeners to meet Staddon and ask questions. Light refreshments will be served compliments of Stein Gardens & Gifts.

There is no charge for this exciting and informative presentation that will cover everything from new evergreens to flowering perennials to exciting tropicals, all plants that can be grown in Wisconsin. Pre-registration is not required, but space is limited.

The Kenosha County Center is accessible. If you need additional information or have a special request for accommodations to attend this presentation, please contact Barb Larson, Horticulture Educator, Kenosha County UW-Extension at 857-1945 or email at barbara.larson@kenoshacounty.org.


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