You know what they say about April showers… so head over to Robert E. Lee Park this weekend to get some native plants to use in your next garden beautification project. Native plants are easier to maintain, and specific selections influence the lives of butterflies, birds and other wildlife. Knowledgeable gardeners will be on hand to help you learn about the importance of landscaping with plants native to the Chesapeake Bay Watershed; bring photos or sketches of your garden to receive expert planting advice. More info after the jump.
Where: Robert E. Lee Park (1000 Lakeside Drive 21210)
When: Saturday, May 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (raindate: Sunday, May 4).
* For more details, check the RELPNC website: http://relpnc.org/
Enter from the Park’s main entrance on Lakeside Drive or from the Falls Road light rail parking lot; take the boardwalk into the park to the bridge below Lake Roland Dam.
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