Learn More About Urban Gardening Saturday

You know you want to learn more about small trees and large shrubs…

From the listserv:

“Saturday, June
1—2:30 p.m. Family series:
Urban Gardening
Historical Society of Washington, D.C.

801 K St. NW, Mt. Vernon Square
Small Trees and Large Shrubs for Urban Gardens – In Collaboration
with D.C. Urban Gardeners

Join Kathy Jentz, editor and publisher of Washington Gardener
Magazine, as she explores the possibilities of what small trees and
large shrubs you can plant in small urban lots. Tailored to the
District of Columbia region and what grows best here, the choices
will cover natives, edibles, and ornamentals — from full sun to
full shade. For every place there is a tree that is a perfect fit.
Even if you only have a few pots to plant in, a tree can be part of
your urban life.

Kathy Jentz publishes Washington Gardener Magazine, its monthly
Enewsletter, blog, and web site (www.washingtongardener.com). In
addition she is the local garden columnist for the Washington
Examiner newspaper and writes about gardening for Washington Woman
magazine. A regular on the garden spots on WAMU Metro Connections
and [email protected], she currently serves as President of the Silver Spring
Garden Club. (Ages 12 to Adults) [email protected] or 202-383-1828.”