Some of the toughest spots to garden are areas surrounded by concrete. In Gering, Forester Amy Seiler transformed a large neighborhood traffic island into a garden worth visiting. With minimal moisture and extreme temperatures, her tips are valuable for challenging sites.
“Introducing my neighborhood to a new way of thinking about how to landscape has been at times challenging. But thanks to an incredible palette of GreatPlants a neighborhood eyesore has evolved into a beautiful garden that neighbors and wildlife can enjoy,” says Seiler. “This is a garden space that is constantly evolving and I am learning ways to maintain a more naturalized site.”
Attend the brown bag lunch from noon to 1 p.m. March 1 at Keim Hall Room 150.
For more information, contact Karma Larsen and email@example.com.
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More details at: http://events.unl.edu/2018/03/01/127349/