Autumn gardening for wildlife strolls will be held at 11 a.m., Fridays, Oct. 15 and 22, at Delaware Botanic Gardens, led by Supervisor of Gardening Stephen Pryce Lea.
“Stephen welcomes you to find out how to care for a variety of perennial field garden plants in loss, share seed-gathering suggestions, as well as present pesticide-free horticulture in the 5th period,” claimed Sheryl Swed, executive supervisor.
“We will certainly be taking a leisurely walk in Piet Oudolf’s two-acre field garden. We will certainly learn how we maintain a fall garden keeping necessary environments, offering food and also sanctuary for birds, , valuable pests, and all wildlife during the dormant season,” said Pryce Lea.
The stroll is cost-free for botanic gardens participants; nonmember adults pay admission of $12 plus a $10 scenic tour cost.
Spaces for this adult-oriented event are limited and appointments are needed. No walk-ins are permitted. To book area, go to delawaregardens.org.