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Marin Master Gardeners: Getting to Know Jack Frost

DecDecember 9 2016

2:00pm - 3:30pm San Rafael Public Library

1100 E Street, San Rafael, California 94901
  • Add to calendar 2016-12-09 14:00:00 2016-12-09 15:30:00 America/Los_Angeles Marin Master Gardeners: Getting to Know Jack Frost Jack Frost is an imp and can wreak havoc on your garden. In this Marin Master Gardener seminar presented by Lois Stevens, you will learn about frost and freeze conditions, how they affect your garden, and measures you can take to prevent or reduce frost/freeze damage to your garden.Lois Stevens has been a UC Marin Master Gardener since 2008 and been gardening for nearly 50 years. She currently chairs the Marin Master Gardener Help Desk service, has been responsible for training new Master Gardeners, served on the Board of Directors, and makes presentations about the Master Gardener program and garden related topics at events such as this.Lois resides in Novato with her husband and two cats, and has created a small urban garden which includes both ornamental and edible plants and creates habitat for birds, beneficial insects, and other critters. 1100 E Street, San Rafael, California 94901
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Jack Frost is an imp and can wreak havoc on your garden. In this Marin Master Gardener seminar presented by Lois Stevens, you will learn about frost and freeze conditions, how they affect your garden, and measures you can take to prevent or reduce frost/freeze damage to your garden.

Lois Stevens has been a UC Marin Master Gardener since 2008 and been gardening for nearly 50 years. She currently chairs the Marin Master Gardener Help Desk service, has been responsible for training new Master Gardeners, served on the Board of Directors, and makes presentations about the Master Gardener program and garden related topics at events such as this.

Lois resides in Novato with her husband and two cats, and has created a small urban garden which includes both ornamental and edible plants and creates habitat for birds, beneficial insects, and other critters.

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