DESERT GARDENING LECTURE AT HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM TOMORROW

DESERT GARDENING LECTURE AT HI-DESERT NATURE MUSEUM TOMORROW

Need some help and advice on your desert garden? Reporter Taylor Thacker says that is what the Hi-Desert Nature Museum is offering tomorrow…

Attention all gardeners with a green thumb! On Thursday, February 13, starting at noon, Museum Program Coordinator Stefanie Ritter will present a lecture on the trials and triumphs of desert gardening. There is nothing better tasting than a ripe tomato right off the vine, still warm and deliciously sweet. Think that is impossible in the Hi-Desert? Think again. Even with all the challenges in the desert like heat, cold, wind, and hungry critters, it is possible to grow in your backyard with a little preparation and lots of patience. Learn about the difficulties and successes of a desert gardener and take some seeds home to begin your own garden adventure. Admission for this Winter Lecture Series is free and coffee will be served. The Winter Lecture Series takes place at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum and is held one Thursday of every month from January through March. For more information call 760-369-7212.

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