Legends and Myths of Grandma’s Garden
September 19 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Sue Morton, Master Gardener, will present “Legends and Myths of Grandma’s Garden” at the Marshall library. Are coffee grounds, egg shells and marigolds part of your repertoire of grandma’s garden knowledge? Join in a spirited lesson on the truth about grandma’s gardening tricks. Do peonies really need ants for the blossoms to open? Join in some scientifically resourced fact finding and learn what is myth and what actually works.
This informational event is free and open to the public.
This event is presented through the Minnesota Extension Service Master Gardener volunteer program. Click here to learn more about our Minnesota Master Gardeners.