The Ten Least Wanted List: Invasive Insects in the Garden - Jamie Lyn Woodside
Invasive insects can damage food crops, ornamental plants and decimate species like elm and ash trees. Gardeners are often among the first to note the presence and damage done by these insects.Join us and learn to be an informed observer of your environment.
Jumpin’ Jehosaphat – It’s Jumping Worms! - Margaret Raupp, and Kasia Dec
Jumping worms (Amynthas species) have appeared in WNY gardens where they can dramatically change soil texture and strip nutrients from topsoil, killing plants.Learn how to identify Jumping worms by their unusual movements, understand their life cycle, and distinguish them from common earthworms in your garden.
Invasive Plants and Weeds: What’s a Gardener to Do? - Lyn Chimera, Eileen Lew, and Kristie Munson
Invasive and aggressive plants are competitors in your garden – crowding out valued plants and competing for water, light, and nutrients.This class will help gardeners identify a variety of these plants and provide some alternatives in plant choices.
General Public: $15/class or 3 classes for $45
Master Gardeners (any county): 3 classes for $40
The September classes will be held at the CCE at the Power House on the Roycroft Campus, 39 South Grove Street, East Aurora, NY 14052.The October class will be held at Unity Church of Buffalo, 1243 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, NY 14209
$15 per class, Public: $45 all classes, Master Gardeners: $40 all classes
Last updated September 6, 2022