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The St. Louis County recently sponsored a number of excellent gardening videos which are now available on YouTube. This is one of the finest collection of speakers and instruction that I have ever seen. Enjoy!
Below is a summation of the videos and their location.
Monarch Watch is offering free milkweed plants to schools and non-profits.
Here are the details.
“If your school or non-profit educational organization is interested in this conservation measure, we can help you create a habitat for monarchs and pollinators. “
Please apply using this form: biosurvey.ku.edu/application-free-milkweed-nonprofits-and-schools
Missouri residents can get the Missouri Conservationist magazine mailed to their house, just for the asking. It not only has great articles about nature in general, but also nice articles on butterflies. You can subscribe at mdc.mo.gov/conmag.
Non-residents can view the current and past issues by going to the same link.
My garden is part of the FREE Crestwood Garden Tour 2018.
If you’d like to visit my butterfly garden, plus a number of other gardens in the Crestwood area, please start your tour at 9016 Robyn Rd. …63126.
I will have handouts for the other gardens locations.
June 16th 9 a.m. to noon.
I am part of a Crestwood Garden Tour that I’m sure many fellow gardeners would enjoy.
Saturday – June 17th, from 9 a.m. to noon.
It will be followed by a get-together at The Barn to meet fellow gardeners.
1015 Sappington Rd, St. Louis, MO 63126
This is a FREE event, so we’re expecting a large crowd.
You can signup and get details by emailing email@example.com.
You may also just show up at my house and I’ll give you a list of locations and a map.
9016 Robyn Rd – 63126
Crestwood has some world class gardeners in our community who have been very gracious in opening up their yards to show us their beautiful yards.
Included in the tour, you will see:
- Day-lilies and Hostas
- Native and Pollinator Plants
- Butterfly Gardening
- Chickens in the Back Yard
- Perennials and Roses
- Raised Bed Gardening
- Shade Gardening
If you are interested in learning more about Beautify Crestwood, you can subscribe to their website at BeautifyCrestwood.org or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
They are also on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BeautifyCrestwood/.
Here’s a free book just out from the USDA. While it is meant for large farms, the principles can still be applicable to small home gardens. Here’s the link.