Free Monthly Gardening Lectures

VCE Loudoun Master Gardeners Lecture Series for 2021 will be virtual bi-monthly talks starting in February.  As in the past, they will be the first Thursdays of every other month starting at 7PM.  

February 4thUsing Natives in your Existing Landscape with Julie Borneman, owner of Watermark Woods Native Plant Nursery.

We rarely get a blank canvas to landscape, so we all work with what we have. We will talk about how to decide which plants to replace and easy ways to incorporate native plants into any landscape.

Join Zoom:
https://virginiatech.zoom.us/j/86495610346?pwd=ODhPZGJiVVhMM3VBK2JZV3ZZM2pHUT09 
Meeting ID: 864 9561 0346
Passcode: 378589

April 1st:  Saving Seed, hosted by Rust Library with Normalee Martin, VCE Loudoun Master Gardener.

Why save seeds?  People save seeds for many different reasons: save money, share with friends, preserve an heirloom, and more. Preservation of seeds is one of the foundations of sustainable food production. You can also save seeds from many flowering perennials.  Learn the basics of why and how to harvest, clean, store, and plant seeds for your own garden.

Join Zoom:
https://virginiatech.zoom.us/j/83108695328
Meeting ID: 831 0869 5328
Passcode: 263428

June 3rd: