I don’t know what it is about nighttime storms. I cannot sleep when it is windy and last night was horrible. Add in the heavy rains and hail hitting the side of the house and bathroom skylight… let’s just say I will be looking forward to taking a nap this afternoon. At the back of my backyard is an old fence row and it pretty much looks like a vernal pool right now. ANYTHING I do outside today will require my fancy-smancy garden boots. Or my hip-waders. Or a canoe.
Dayton Home and Garden Show presentations
Here is a reminder that if you haven’t done so already take a moment to check out the Garden Academy’s and How-To Stage’s course schedule for this coming weekend’s Dayton Home and Garden Show at the Dayton Convention Center. There will be 56 presentations on the two stages. All programs are free and included with your entrance fee.
Vote for Chadwick Arboretum’s Green Roof
There is still time to vote for the Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Gardens’ Green Roof project. Rainbird, the irrigation company, is promoting an inter-active grant award program called The Intelligent Use of Water Awards. Check it out at the link below. The project with the most votes wins $10,000. You can vote once a day until March 22, 2011 so spread the word and help a worthy project.
Great posts. I’ve been passing them along to garden club members and fellow Master Gardeners. The continuing education opportunities and events are especially interesting since there’s so much more going on in our area than we generally find in the newspaper. Thanks, Vicki!
Thanks, Ann. Keep perusing the Events Calendar. I update it all the time. Just found the brochure for the Licking County Master Gardener conference today. I’m doing one of their programs but hadn’t seen the schedule yet.