Grapes, wild gardens and recycled glass garden art are among topics at brown bag seminars in Powell this month and February.
Sessions are noon to 12:50 p.m. each Wednesday at the Powell Library beginning Jan. 15, according to Sandra Frost, UW Extension educator in Park County.
The schedule is:
Jan. 15 – Early seeding for our growing season, by Nancy Ryan, Park County Master Gardener
Jan. 22 – How to grow the best potatoes, by Sariah Bronson, Park County Master Gardener
Jan. 29 – Create a successful butterfly garden, by Frost
Feb. 5 – Recycled glass garden art, by Rita Lewis and Rhonda McClean, Park County Master Gardener
Feb. 12 – Grapes before wine, by Joyce Johnston, UW horticulturist
Feb. 19 – Personalize stationery with flower pounding, by Linda Pettengill and Jo Anne Arzillo, Park County Master Gardener
Feb. 26 – The wild garden – Creating a natural garden with wildflowers, by Dan Wasp, Park County Master Gardener
For more information, contact Frost at 307-754-8836 or email@example.com.