Bulbs, Beyond the Ordinary
Thursday, November 6, from 7:00 - 9:00 pm, $15 Tulips and daffodils are only the beginning. Galanthus, scillia, arum, fritillaria, allium, fabulous lilies, ranunculus, muscari, chionodoxa, anemone, lycoris...the list goes on and on. Learn about the amazing array of bulb grown plants and how to add them to your garden. You can have blooms from March through October year after year. We'll help you select which bulbs will work best for you and how to get them to bloom year after year, even tulips. So take your garden beyond the ordinary and join us for the world of bulbs.
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Fall Holiday Arrangement
Saturday, November 15, from 9am - 12 noon, $35 Join Master Gardener Phyllis Mihalik to make your very own fall holiday container arrangement. Need something on the porch to welcome guests during the holidays, a festive touch on the hearth, jazz up the dining room for Thanksgiving or maybe a hostess gift? You'll turn a classic 10-12" flower pot into a beautiful fall holiday decoration. Phyllis has sweet annie, sedum, dried grasses, berries, curly willow, hydrangea, astilbe, tansy, bittersweet and more to work with. Then you'll top off your creation with a gorgeous florist bow. As an extra treat, Phyllis will show you how, with a few simple changes, you can convert your fall arrangement to a winter/Christmas decoration. So join us for this craft from the garden and bring a friend to share the fun.
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County News
We are scheduling RMRW in area schools. If you want your middle or senior high to take part in this program please call as soon as school starts. We have a limited number of slots and want to bring this program to all children in Geauga County. The program was developed for middle school age students but there is no reason senior high school students can’t take part. In fact we have presented the program in many area schools for kids from 6th grade to 12th. The Geauga Office has been successfully putting this program on for over 7 years. Real Money is an active hand-on experience that gives young people the opportunity to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those they will make around finances as adults.
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State News
Northeast Ohio Small Farmer College
The OSU Extension Offices in Northeast Ohio are pleased to be conducting the Northeast Ohio Small Farmer College for new and aspiring farms. The college will be held on Monday evenings October 6, 13, 20 & 27 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. This college is designed to help landowners increase their profits from their small acreage. This college is open to all new or aspiring farmers, new rural landowners, small farmers, and farm families looking for new ideas. The small farmer college is split into 4 sessions designed to challenge participants to plan for success.
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Northeast Ohio Dairy Survey Results Released
A five county survey of dairy farms has been released by TeamNEO, OSU Extension, and business development organizations in Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake, Portage and Trumbull Counties.
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