February 16th Master Gardener Ed Meeting

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Join the Union County Extension Master Gardener Volunteers for their Monthly Education meeting on Thursday, February 16th, 7 p.m. at the Union County Agriculture Center.

Mike Brawley, a member of The Bonsai Society of the Carolinas will present an Introduction to Bonsai. Mike owned and operated a bonsai nursery and garden center in the Robinson Church area of Charlotte. He is now semi-retired and manages the bonsai operations for Campbell’s Greenhouse in Dillworth. In addition, he has taught bonsai classes and workshops throughout the Carolinas, including The Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens.

Don’t forget the Union County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Tree Seedling and Fruit Plant Sale this coming Saturday the 18th. The sale will be held from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Union County Agriculture Center. Featured fruit plants include apple, peach, plum, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries. Native seedlings include dogwood, redbud, pawpaw, mayhaw, Chickasaw plum, black tupelo, bald cypress, and more. There will also be a limited selection of container trees and shrubs. Come early for the best selections. In case of severe weather, the sale will be moved to Saturday, February 25th. Proceeds from plant sales are used to support the community education programs of the Union County Extension Master Gardener Volunteers.