Garden in the City - March 12

Topic: “Fruit Tree Maintenance”

Professor and Master Gardener Dr. Amy Turnbull will, in her clear, easy to understand way, help you understand the basics of growing your own fruit. Included in the discussion will be: growing berries, grapes, and tree fruit as well as choosing the right variety for your location, plant nutrition, diseases, pest management, and pruning. Growing fruit is so rewarding. You can do it! Held at Central  Library – 1st Floor Lawson Foundation Room. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED!

About Garden in the City

Spring will soon be here and gardens will come to life. Come out to enjoy free garden talks at the Central Library from 7:00 to 8:30 pm.

LondonPublicLibraryFor more information, check out Central Library Calendar of Program and Events

LMMGLogoSm All talks are given by London Middlesex Master Gardeners, a local non-profit organization with a mandate to encourage home gardening and educate about effective and ecological growing practices.


Event image and description via London Middlesex Master Gardeners. Learn more on their website here.

March 12, 2020 at 7pm - 8:20pm
Central Library
251 Dundas St
London, ON N6A 6H9
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