The Penn State Grasp Gardeners of Lycoming County that includes consultants on planting and rising will maintain its annual Backyard Fest from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
The occasion on the Lysock View Advanced, 542 County Farm Street, Montoursville, will embrace gardeners, landscapers, and distributors.
“We’re selling training on our gardens so you’ll be able to apply it to your personal backyard at residence,” mentioned Jennifer Dudek, chair of Backyard Fest.
Specialists can be available to speak with individuals with gardening and associated questions.
Attendees can decide from among the many following workshops:
• “Retaining Your Neighbors Blissful: Going Native With out Your Yard Trying Like a Meadow,” Carl Bower, assistant professor of Horticulture, Lycoming Faculty.
• “Pollinators & Their Significance within the Neighborhood,” Ian Loewen, environmental training specialist.
• “Make the most of Your Yard-Edibles in Place of Ornamentals,” Stephen Petro, panorama designer.
• “Introduction to Bonsai: The Historical Artwork of the Miniature Tree,” Rick Mason, bonsai fanatic.
Excursions can be obtainable of the perennial, native, annual, vegetable, pollinator, herb, and sensory gardens.
The occasion will embrace particular youngsters’s actions, academic shows, door prizes, and a plant and backyard treasure sale.
As well as, there can be a silent public sale of baskets of framed pictures by Rick Mason. Money and checks will solely be accepted.
Distributors will embrace Rose Valley Naturals.
The occasion can be held rain or shine.