Native Plant Sale
Native Plant Sale and Gardening Seminars
Saturday, April 26, 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Plant Sale and Seminars
Sunday, April 27, 1-4 p.m. Plant Sale
The Wilderness Center is sponsoring its tenth Annual Native Plant Sale and Gardening Seminar. The Center is offering a chance for you to create a wildlife habitat in your yard using native plants to attract native wildlife.
Seminars Offered April 26
Shade Gardening, Master Gardener, Rita Boyd
Learn about the types of plants that look good with hosta with Master Gardener, Rita Boyd in Shade Gardening
Cooking with Wild Edibles, Development Director, Barb Vitcosky
If you are looking to “indulge in a taste of the wild side,” by cooking with ingredients gleaned from your surroundings, please join TWC Development Director Barb Vitcosky for inspiration, recipes, tips and tasting in Cooking with Wild Edibles.
Heirloom Vegetables, by Stark County Master Gardener, Rudy Moyer
Stark County Master Gardener Rudy Moyer will teach about his favorite heirloom begetables to grow and eat! Vegetables, the way they were meant to be!
Saving Bees and Butterflies; One Yard at a Time, Lynda Price, TWC Naturalist
Lynda Price will speak on the plight of pollinators and butterflies and how to help them in Saving Bees and Butterflies; One Yard at a Time.
Pack a lunch and stay for the free Wildflower Walk by TWC Botanizers at 1:00.
Classes are $5.00 each. Register now or on the day of the seminar. Call 877-359-5235 to register with a credit card or mail in the program registration from the program guide with check or cash.
Cooking With Wild Edibles
Saving Bees and Butterflies; One Yard at a Time
Classes are $5 each or 4 for $15. To register, please call 877-359-5235.
Four classes at $15