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Advice for "Gardening on Steep Slopes" for hilly Middle Tennessee


Advice for "Gardening on Steep Slopes" for hilly Middle Tennessee

WILLIAMSON COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY

Williamson County is full of sloping lawns and rolling hills, but don’t let the steep slope of your yard scare you away from landscaping it.

The Williamson County Public Library’s Garden Talk Series from 1:30 p.m. until 3 p.m. on Monday is all about “Gardening on Steep Slopes.”

Attendees will learn strategies for gardening on slopes so they can enjoy a beautiful and productive garden and keep the soil from washing away.

The program is presented by Amy Dismukes, the Horticulture Agent for the UT/TSU Williamson County Extension. She writes the monthly Homegrown Tradition column for the Home Pages. Dismukes is a graduate of Auburn University, where she received a Bachelor of Liberal Arts, a Bachelor of Science in Horticulture: Sustainable Fruit and Vegetable Production, and a Master of Agriculture in Plant Pathology & Entomology. She provides educational training for homeowners and commercial clients on horticulture and best management practices, coordinates the Williamson County Master Gardener Program, and provides diagnostic services for Williamson County residents. She is a frequent guest speaker for professional, garden, and horticultural associations, and commercial pesticide workshops and conferences.

Registration is required for each individual planning to attend.

All library programs are free and open to the public.  Learn more about this event or other library programs and services by calling the library at 615-595-1243, extension 1, or by visiting the library’s web site at http://wcpltn.org.

The library e-newsletter provides subscribers with library news about programs like this and more.  Sign up to receive it via email by sending an email toref@williamson-tn.org with the subject line: Subscribe_Library_Bytes.

Please be aware that photos and videos may be taken at library events and activities for library use and publicity. Anyone not wanting to have their photo taken should notify library staff at the time of the event or activity.

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