Kent County Master Gardeners

MGLogoNewKent 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.



Tuesday, July 12, 2016

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

U.D. Paradee Center


The right types of flowers and insects tops hummingbird’s menu. Did you know that our sugar water feeders are only a supplement to them? Insects, as their only protein food source, are critical to the survival of both adults and baby hummingbirds. In this workshop, Linda Sperry, Kent County Master Gardener, will discuss hummingbirds, the correct feeder and plant sites, what plants attract hummingbirds, and recommended native plants. You’ll see examples of how attracting these friendly tiny birds can have a hugely positive impact on our yard and the wildlife habitat. To register, call 302-730-4000.