Meetings are free and open to the public. All books are available from the Cobb County Library System.
Discussion facilitated by Beth St. Jean.
Fall is the time to plant tulips, daffodils and other spring-flowering bulbs. Planting bulbs in the fall is one of the best ways to begin a succession of blooms that can begin as early February. But there’s more! Cobb County Master Gardener JoAnne Newman tells all about bulbs, tubers, rhizomes and corms!
Don’t forget to bring your lunch!
Gardening starts with healthy soil. Master Gardener Crystal Force will discuss soil
science and ways to improve your soil.
The Wright Center is offering Open Garden Days for Master Gardeners and the public. We will feature information on one topic per session and all our Docents will be discussing that topic as they guide tours of the property.
Master Gardener and Rosarian Trudy Strawn will discuss classification of roses as well
as proper care and maintenance.