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Regional Plant-Related Event

Siouxland Garden Show South Sioux City, Nebraska Friday, April 5th 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Saturda,y April 6th 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Delta Hotels Center, 385 E. 4th St. $5.00 admission, Children under 12 free Horticulture sessions, Winter Farmers’ Market, garden vendors, Master Gardeners, Childrens play area More information: SiouxlandGardenShow.org

Regional Plant-Related Events

“How and Why to Add Natives to Your Home Gardens” with Michelle Biodrowski, Pottawattamie County Conservation Naturalist and president of Iowa Prairie Network‘s board of directors, will present at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 10, at the Sioux City Public Library. Sponsors: Loess Hills Wild Ones Healing the Earth one yard at a time. https://www.facebook.com/LoessHillsWildOnes      

Perennial Ground Covers for Shade Gardens

Who needs more weeds? One way to dissuade unwanted plants is to plant ground covers instead. Perennial ground covers that are hardy for our region and grow well in the shade of trees can be a challenge to find. This bugleweed ground cover in bloom, later displays low-growing green leaves in a sun to shade … Continue reading

Winners Announced In Annual Flower, Vegetable Show

Best turnout of entries ever, in twelve years of the annual Yankton Flower / Vegetable Show, according to Betts Pulkrabek, one of the show organizers. Town and Country Garden Garden Club sponsored the 2014 July 26th event at the Yankton Community Library. The 179 entries included many new show participants. Participants and about a hundred … Continue reading

Winners Announced In Annual Flower, Vegetable Show

“Funky Fruits and Vegetables” was a category in the 2014 Yankton Town & Country Garden Club Flower / Vegetable Show. Among the entries are a Loch Ness Gourd from Karen Kostel-Rassmussen, a bad hair day watermelon from Linda Roberts, and some vegetable critters from Donna Anstine. See more flower and vegetable show results here and … Continue reading