Autumn is an exciting time of year to experience nature! Whether it is in your yard, on a walk nearby, or on a trip to the mountains or shore, come away ready to experience the outdoors. Join us for the Second Saturday Gardening Series: Nature in Autumn to explore late fall wildflowers, autumn insects, fall migration of birds, and the colorful foliage of the season. We will chronologically go through a seasonal change to give you an idea of what to look for or to allow you to reminisce on some of your past experiences. Take part in this lively talk, and make it a prep for your next nature walk this fall.
Sat., Oct. 8, 2022
(10:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET)
Live Online via Zoom
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Who is this for?
- Home Gardeners
- Bird Lovers
- Nature Lovers
What will you learn?
- Details of wildflowers that are frequently seen
- Enjoy birds that might stop in your yard for a quick bite before moving further south
- Find out what trees are the best at giving fall color
- Dive into the common insects that are still chirping into October
About the Series
The Second Saturday Gardening Series is a monthly series designed to bring garden enthusiasts together to share experiences and offer advice while learning helpful tips from our Master Gardening experts!
Registration is required to receive the link to access the webinar.
Registrants will also receive access to the webinar recording.