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Urban Gardening Series: Pests of Urban Gardens

Location

Main Library
Lecture Hall
449 Broadway
Cambridge, MA 02138

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Designing a garden for a small space is enough of a challenge. But once you have created one, how do you fend off the uninvited guests? Although insects, critters, fungi, and other plant diseases are part of gardening, there are ways to discourage the most destructive pests. Bring your questions, and let’s find a solution!

This class is part of our Urban Gardening Series a set of classes designed to help city dwellers grow healthy, sustainable, and beautiful urban gardens. Led by New England Wild Flower Society in partnership with the Cambridge Conservation Commission, these free classes take place at the Cambridge Public Library (449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA).

Other sessions in this series include:

  • Building a Drought-Tolerant Garden - 4/1
  • Growing Food in the City - 5/10
  • Improving Your Garden Soil - 6/10
  • Nibbling on Nature in the City - 7/12
  • Garden and Landscape Maintenance - 8/12

Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 7-8:30 p.m.

Location: Cambridge Public Library, Main Library, Lecture Hall, 449 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02138
Program Code: LEC6563
Instructor: Mary Sullivan
Fee: $Free (Member) / $Free (Nonmember)
Cosponsor: Cambridge Conservation Commission
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