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Native Gardening Series

The Piqua Public Library is hosting a series of garden programs focused on native Ohio plants. Join us every Saturday in March from 2-4pm for a free presentation from a local expert. Free seed packets of native plants will be available at each presentation.



Registration is requested, but not required for these events.



Saturday, March 2nd 2 - 4 pm - "Milkweed and Monarchs" presented by Caleb Shields, Private Lands Biologist ODNR, Division of Wildlife

Register online: https://goo.gl/forms/uPw5Vna9QbWGTdkH3



Saturday, March 9th 2 - 4 pm “Rain Gardens: Pretty with a Purpose” presented by Linda Raterman, Miami Soil and Water Conservation District

Register online: https://goo.gl/forms/UnVjyA8auMXd1i9M2



Saturday, March 16th 2 - 4 pm "If You Plant It, They Will Come" presented by Chris Kline, Director of Butterfly Ridge

Register online: https://goo.gl/forms/F8UtDrScPtqfG7zE3



Saturday, March 23rd 2 - 4 pm "Why Native Plants are Important and How to Replace Invasive Plants" presented by Ron Corbett, Owner of Native Ohio Plants

Register online: https://goo.gl/forms/0HJVdr8CTIQXkGFb2



Saturday, March 30th 2 - 4 pm "The World of Native Plants + Birds" presented by Tom Hissong, retired Education Manager from Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm

Register online: https://goo.gl/forms/FG9sC3JHe4Gi3ag93