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Take Back Your Yard! Using Edible Plants In your Landscape


Mar 19, 2014
11:00 AM


Edible plants are the fastest growing segment of horticulture, but it is no longer just the usual rows of veggies and herbs. They are now part of the landscape, used as much for their ornamental attributes and visual interest, as their food value. Lloyd Traven, owner of Peacetree Farm, will look at ways to work this into ALL areas of your landscape. Come see some of the wonderful new plants, and get some tips on how you can be successful and eat well too. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

For information or to make a reservation, please call us at 203-869-9242 or visit our website www.gecgreenwich.org




Members $35, Non-Members $45


View map Garden Education Center of Greenwich
130 Bible Street
Cos Cob, CT

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