July 22 at 9:00 am - 11:00 am$20.00 – $25.00
See that pretty little purple bell? GET RID OF IT!
Lean to identify over 20 species of invasive plants that are harming our valley.
This is a walking tour where plants will be identified and the best ways to remove them discussed. You will also make a dint in removing a few as we go. Whether you find them in your own garden or out on a hike, you can do your part to help the valley by addressing them whenever and where ever you can.
Rethinking a weed – dandelions – good, creeping bell flower – bad!
Date: Saturday, July 22
Time: 9 to 11 AM
Location: Meet in the parking lot behind Columbia Paddle and we will walk from there.
Cost: Members Regular and Premium $20, Non Members $25.00
Things to bring: gardening gloves, trowel or small spade, walking shoes that can get damp, be prepared to do some kneeling if your knees permit, your phone/camera to take photos of the plants you want to remember for future, Your Garden Journal, your water bottle.
Facilitator: Laura MacKinnon