OSU-Washington Region Expansion and Washington County Master Gardeners will certainly present an once a week series of programs, hosted by the Bartlesville Public Library, covering a broad array of gardening subjects.
The hour-long programs will be held Tuesdays starting at 6:00 p.m. in the Library’s Satisfying Room A, situated at 601 Johnstone Ave. The programs are free and also will be open to the general public.
When feasible, these programs will certainly be featured as Facebook Live events on the Collection’s Facebook web page. For more information, call the Library’s Details Desk at 918.338.4169.
The very first training course was hung on Tuesday, July 20. A checklist of remaining programs can be located listed below:
Kathie McMillan, Patti Lundeen, Charlene Wells, Sandra McBride, Nita Swan, Craig Sutterfield and also Janet Young will present “Library Blossom Bed Scenic Tour.” For several years the Washington Region Master Gardeners Organization have preserved the flower beds lining the parking lot at the Collection. These beds are licensed Queen Butterfly Habitats.
Betty Turner will share what she has discovered to draw in birds and also how to much better recognize various birds at the feeder in “Drawing in Birds to Your Lawn as well as Bird Identification.”
Neil Loftis will offer “Healthy and balanced Plants Need Healthy And Balanced Dirt, Not Just Dust.” Includes components of dirt, nutrients required for dirt wellness, the value of dirt pH, exactly how to modify and also improve soil as well as fertilizer option and application.
Laura Riley will certainly provide “Making a Cooking Area Garden” by sharing just how even an amateur gardener can be effective growing food on a little scale.
In “General Landscape How To’s,” Don Martin will go over the really essentials of landscape layout consisting of plant and lawn turf option, do’s as well as do n’ts of landscape preparation, his landscape design style, his favorite Oklahoma plants as well as trees and basic maintenance.
Kloma Rule will provide “Assisting the Monarchs and also Other Pollinators.” As president of the Bartlesville Council of Yard Club, Regulation partnered with the City of Bartlesville to promote “Mayors for Monarchs,” which motivates residents to grow more milkweed and also nectar blossoms for monarchs whose migration path is with Oklahoma. Her talk will concentrate on what family members can do to help the emperors as well as various other pollinators.
David Turner will provide “Trimming Trees and also Bushes,” reviewing correct trimming methods, the training of young trees as well as decrease pruning of hedges.