Class on rising crops from seeds
The N.C. Cooperative Extension’s Forsyth County Middle can have an grownup schooling class at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Walnut Corridor, at Tanglewood Park, 4061 Clemmons Rd, Clemmons. Upon getting into the park, observe indicators to Walnut Corridor.
The subject will probably be “Plant Propagation from Seed.” The speaker will probably be Bob LePere, from the Forsyth County Extension Grasp Gardener volunteer program. He’ll clarify develop crops from seeds.
Admission to Tanglewood Park is free; inform the gate attendant you might be volunteering on the Arboretum Workday.
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