Wisconsin gardeners to be given tips
Garden and greenhouse fans in Wisconsin will soon be able to attend a horticulture class held by a TV and radio expert.
Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts in the Sheboygan area of Wisconsin are to be given an opportunity to tap the knowledge of a horticultural expert.
According to the Sheboygan Press, a free class is set to take place in the Mead Public Library.
The Quest for Continuous Bloom seminar will be held in the Rocca meeting room at 18:30 local time on September 27th.
It will be presented by Restoration Gardens garden centre manager Lisa Briggs, who will share her expertise with all in attendance.
The master gardener is well versed in horticulture and has numerous TV and radio credits to her name from her time spent living and working in Madison.
As well as sharing pearls of wisdom on screen and across the airways, Ms Briggs also put her thoughts down on paper with a regular newspaper column.
In other news, Los Angeles newspaper the Shreveport Times has revealed that a gardening class is to take place in the Stonewall Branch Library this Saturday (September 25th) at 10:00 local time.