Native Plant Collaborative Series – Gardening in the Spring
Please join Scott Miskiel, Executive Director of the Eureka Springs Parks & Recreation Commission, who will present a program about successful spring gardening. We are all anxious to dig in the dirt. Scott will offer you advice on best practices for successful gardening while staying in harmony with nature.
This program continues the series of free educational programs and workshops offered at the Eureka Springs Community Center and produced by the Eureka Springs Parks & Recreation, the Northwest Arkansas Master Naturalists, the Carroll County Master Gardeners, and Wild Ones – Ozark Chapter. These great groups have formed a collaborative to propagate native plants for use in Eureka Springs parks and to share their knowledge with the rest of us.
Native plant hikes and seed collection events will also begin this spring, with propagation of native plants in the community greenhouse beginning in the fall. Those who participate in volunteer workdays will receive free native seeds and native plants to take home with them.