Additional native plant workshops

Bloodroot in bloom

Spring wildflowers

The 4th Annual Partners for Native Landscaping workshop is full, but here are a couple of other opportunities to learn about landscaping with native plants.

Native Plants for Homeowners Workshop
Saturday, Feb 21, 9:30 – 11 a.m.
August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area

New to native plants, and not sure where to start? Naturally resilient native grasses, flowers, shrubs, and trees are great solutions to common gardening problems. They also attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and songbirds. Learn landscape design ideas, sources to purchase plants, and more. Take home some seedlings in time for spring planting. Please dress for the weather for field time in the native gardens.
Reservations begin February 6; call 636-441-4554.

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Native Landscaping Workshop – registration closed

Columbine green leaves in snow

Columbine leaves in snow

Baby, it’s cold outside, but this workshop will get you thinking about spring planting.

What: 4th Annual Partners for Native Landscaping Workshop
When: Saturday, Feb. 28, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Powder Valley Nature Center

Wild Ones is co-sponsoring this in-depth workshop that offers information and resources on how to landscape with native plants for greener communities.

This year’s workshop will feature several breakout sessions sandwiched between an introductory morning session and an afternoon closing session. Breakout sessions allow greater opportunity to explore topics of special interest in a smaller group.

Advanced registration only, and the workshop fee of $10 includes lunch. Space is limited and filling rapidly, so register today!

Update 1/22/2015: The workshop has sold out, and registration is now closed.