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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.
Is It Lavender or Lavindin?
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
U.D. Paradee Center
Free – Limit 20
Join Kent County Master Gardeners, Bob and Beth Siemanowski, to explore the world of lavender – its history, uses, cultivation, harvesting, and propagation. Discover appearance and scent differences among several lavender and lavindin cultivars and determine your favorites. Participants will have an opportunity to make sachet from locally grown plants and watch demonstrations on wand and wreath making. Workshop limit is 20.