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Four Seasons Gardening Series will answer homeowners' common questions

Homeowners often struggle with invading weeds and choosing from the vast array of landscape plants. They may also be curious about lesser-known late summer and fall-blooming plants. Illinois Extension is offering three online workshops as part of the Four Seasons Gardening Webinar series to answer these questions. 


Natives vs. Cultivars will occur on June 21, followed by Identifying Common Lawn and Garden Weeds on July 12, and Late Summer and Fall Blooming Plants on August 16. All sessions begin at 1:30 p.m. and will be shown live at the Edgar County Extension Office at 210 W. Washington Street in Paris. No registration is required. Participants may choose to watch from home but must register online at Sessions will also be available on the Illinois Extension Horticulture YouTube channel about two weeks after the live recording.  

If you need an accommodation to participate, please contact Gemini Bhalsod at Early requests are strongly encouraged.

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