Kent County Master Gardeners play a key role in distributing information about environmentally friendly practices for the home gardener. Topics include identification and control of home, lawn, and garden pests, plant diseases, plant cultivation, lawn management, and wildlife habitat development.
OUR NEXT FREE WORKSHOP…
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
10:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. at home of presenter
3651 Killens Pond Road, Harrington, DE
Papercrete is an innovative way to keep paper out of the landfill and turn it into something beautiful. These papercrete troughs resemble planters made from stone but are much lighter in weight. Presenter Wendy Aycoth, Kent County Master Gardener, has graciously opened her home to make these troughs. You will need to bring rubber gloves, a box or bowl for your trough shape, and a molding tool for smoothing the cement. All other materials will be provided. Wear old clothes and bring a bag lunch to enjoy in the garden. Wendy will provide drinks. Call 730-4000 to register. Warning…papercrete can become addictive!