Gardening Club hosts speaker

Nelson Garden Club will be hosting a speaker on Tuesday, March 13 at 7 p.m. at the Seniors Centre to speak about plant propogation.

Nelson Garden Club will be hosting a speaker on Tuesday, March 13 at the Seniors Centre to speak about plant propogation.

Patricia Bambrick an ornamental grass growing expert from Crescent Valley will speaking in Nelson at 7 p.m. on the topic of plant propogation.

“We thought we should get her in to talk about plant propogation in general because she’s been doing it for years,” said Dale Yole, member of the Nelson Garden Club.

This is event is just one of several speakers and demonstrations that the club hosts throughout the year.

Those interested are invited to drop into the session for $3.

“We encourage people to come if they want to learn about gardening techniques and meet some other keen gardeners in the Kootenays,” said Yole.


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