Bring your family, picnic blanket, lawn chairs and picnic and enjoy an entertaining afternoon at the Montgomery Botanical Gardens.
Our Board Member, Amanda Borden is a member of the band, Bama Skiffle. They mix bluegrass, old country, gospel, oldies, and everything in between. You will hear the lap dulcimer, cahone, hammered dulcimer, harmonica, upright bass, mandolin and ukulele.
This will be a fun free event to enjoy the beautiful outdoors and our new botanical gardens.
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Jane McCarthy, Horticulturist/Landscape Designer and Master Gardener will lead a demonstration on container gardening. She will show you how to add that “POP” of color in your yard. She will show you how to use the “thriller, filler and spiller” in your own pots.
Bring some dollar bills for the RAFFLE as one lucky person will win the container to take home.
If you want to learn more about National Public Garden Week and the Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park, visit our website.
Come enjoy a discussion on growing tomatoes from seeds and from plants, in pots and in the garden, from 55 days to 80 days to gemination and to heights of 8 inches to heights as long as vines. Last year Dr. Pugh planted Mr. Stripey, Red Robin, Dr. Carolyn, Sun Gold Hybrid, Sunsugar FT Hybrid, Big Red Dwarf, Snow White, Lemon Cherry VFF Hybrid, Green Doctor, Black Cherry, Red Rose, Sugary, Red Pear, Sweet Gold FT Hybrid and Limmony.
Garden Art (6-12th grade students) with Maggie Stringer
Saturday, May 18 at 10:00 am
Outdoor Educational Classroom
Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park
1010 Forest Avenue
Children will take an observation tour of the gardens and transfer their mental images of the flowers, trees, birds and other garden interests to a lovely water color painting to take home for hanging in the “art gallery”. Art supplies will be furnished. It will be first come, first serve until supplies run out.
Come tour the Montgomery Botanical Gardens at Oak Park with Urban Forester, Russell Stringer. Mr. Stringer will show you how to identify trees by the bark and leaves. He will also be able to answer your questions about trees. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the best.