September 28, 2022 6:30PM – 7:30PM
Registration Deadline: September 26, 2022 – 11:45PM
Windmill Island Gardens Pavilion, 1 Lincoln Ave., Holland, MI

A budding new partnership between Michigan State University Extension and Windmill Island Gardens of Holland will allow guests and lakeshore residents to take advantage of three, free classes held throughout the 2022 growing season
MSU Extension knows that gardeners can both positively and negatively affect our environment so classes will be centric to a greater purpose known as Smart Gardening which is MSU Extension’s campaign for using earth-friendly messages to help gardeners make smart choices in their own backyards. MSU Extension Master Gardeners will be sharing Smart Gardening tip sheets with thousands of guests at Windmill Island throughout the summer. 
Classes will be taught by MSU Extension Senior Horticulture Educator, Rebecca Finneran from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Windmill Island Gardens Pavilion on the following dates.  
September 28th: Smart Gardening with Bulbs – Explore a rich palette of bulbs to enrich your garden’s season-long color.
 All classes are free, but you must register for each class separately to reserve your seat.  Seats are limited to 60 people.  Registration opens on July 19th and closes on Sept. 26th.
Tags: department of horticulture, master gardener, msu extension, smart gardening
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