As winter begins to fade, a host of gardening events are likely to spring up around the US, with countless garden and greenhouse tips to be gained from top professionals.
One such occurrence is the annual Spring Gardening Workshop in Branson, Missouri.
The event will include a number of presentations hosted by the Master Gardeners of the Ozarks, according to the Joplin Independent.
Among the talks will be From Dirt to Dessert: Growing Your Food and Native Plant Propagation: Increasing the Bounty.
A small fee will cover the cost of the materials used and attendees will also have a lasagne lunch provided.
The event takes place on March 14th at the United Methodist Church on Bransons West Country Boulevard.
Those concerned about community gardening and food choices may also be interested to hear that a North Carolina college is to hold the second annual Film Feastival, with visitors being treated to a series of films promoting community gardening and food harvesting.