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Gardening Classes offered at the Henderson Libraries

Posted 5/16/2013

Clark County Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Denise McConnell will be presenting two, separate free gardening classes in June. The first, “Landscape Design with the End in Mind: Part I,” will be offered on June 13 at the Gibson Library (100 W. Lake Mead Pkwy, Henderson). Part II will be offered on June 27, both beginning at 5:45 p.m.

In the first landscape design class, McConnell will introduce the basics of landscape design. You then have 2 weeks to work on a design. During the second class, she will review and discuss the design with each participant. You must participate in Part I to attend Part II. Class size is limited to 20 households. Register on line or call 702-564-9261.

On June 15, join McConnell at the Green Valley Library (2797 Green Valley Pkwy, Henderson) for an informational class on “Birds, Butterflies and Bees” at 3:30 p.m. Discover how birds, butterflies, and bees contribute to the world’s food supply. You’ll learn simple tips for how to attract these wondrous creatures to your yard and how not to. Find out what ones live here all year and how to recognize them. Registration is required for this class. Register on line or call 702-207-4261.

For general gardening questions contact the Master Gardener Help Line at 702-257-5555.

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