Native Alternatives to Invasives - June 9

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Part of the NATIVE LANDSCAPE DESIGN SERIES
Sunday, June 9, 2019     1–2:30 p.m.

If you are irritated by ivy and piqued by privets, join Sylvan Kaufman, the Arboretum's science advisor to learn about native alternatives to these and other ornamental invasive plants. Our often-overlooked local flora can provide beauty and diversity in your garden for years to come.

Native Alternatives to Invasives is the third program in the Native Landscape Design Series. Other programs include Designing with Natives (April 7), Native Plants: Planting and Care (May 5), Building Diversity in the Garden(August 4), and Garden Hardscaping (November 3). Click on the program names for information and to register.

**This and all Adkins Arboretum Stewardship programs count as continuing education for Master Gardeners and Maryland Master Naturalists.**


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