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Master Gardeners host final workshops of 2014

The Nevada County Master Gardeners have two more workshops planned for 2014.

There are also a variety of workshops already planned for 2015.

Some of the topics include landscape planning, irrigation and raised beds; establishing a bee meadow; building great soil; and growing tomatoes from seed to seed.



Many more workshops are planned for the new year; a new calender is forthcoming.

In the meantime, plan to attend one of the final workshops on pruning:




It’s OK – Prune Away: Tame Your Orchard

10 a.m.- noon today

Pruning Ornamental Plants: Art or Science?

10 a.m. to noon Nov. 8

Learn:

— To overcome your anxiety about pruning your fruit trees and ornamentals;

— Best times to prune

— Basic pruning techniques and proper tools

— Best pruning methods for specific trees and plants

— Great resources for more information

All events are free and hosted at the NID Business Center Grounds, Annex Building, 1036 W. Main St,, Grass Valley

For more information, visit http://ncmg.ucanr.org/ or call the Hotline at 530-273-0919 (from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays and Thursdays).


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