Classes & WorkshopsFor Adults

Gardening Talks at Spanish Springs Library

A free informative workshop for the community

Brought to you by The University of Nevada, Reno Extension Master Gardener program

Sunday May 12   1:30 pm to 3:00 pm


Session 1

Native Bees and How to Host Them

Native bees are the unsung heroes of pollination, as they are more efficient pollinators and start earlier in the season than honeybees. Nevada has more than 1,000 species of native bees. Learn how to make them welcome in your garden and yard with Chris Doolittle, Master Gardener.

Session 2

What Colors Attract Specific Pollinators

Come learn about pollinators, the biology of their sight, the adaptations of plants to attract pollinators and the colors that attract specific pollinators. Master Gardeners Deb Barone and Kathi Linehan will provide valuable information on this interesting topic.

Session 3

Gardening with Herbs

Many herbs can be grown in our area in containers, garden beds and as landscape plants. Come learn about the herbs that grow best in our climate and tips to keep them happy and productive. Join Leslie Edgington, Master Gardener, to learn about these herbs.

The University of Nevada, Reno Extension Master Gardener program delivers FREE and low-cost hands-on scienced-based educational events throughout the year on topics important to you. These 1.5 hour workshops are split into 3 twenty minute sessions.

Come Join Us!

Spanish Springs Library
7100A Pyramid Way