Join Master Gardener Angela Holliman as she discusses one fun way to get into gardening—making terrariums! A terrarium is a miniature garden grown inside a container and perfect way to enjoy plant life in a small space. It’s also an excellent tool for learning about the water cycle as it demonstrates evaporation, condensation, and precipitation. Children will make their own terrariums to take home and enjoy!
This Budding Gardeners program is sponsored by the Wildflower Garden Circle.
Budding Gardeners is aimed at children in grades 1-6 to discover gardening, conservation, and wildlife through interactive programs, crafts, and outdoor projects. Children and their parents or caregivers collaborate during a morning of healthy and fun activities. A snack in sealed packaging will be served.
The program is free for members and only $5 for nonmembers, but space is limited. Registration is required, so we know how many supplies to provide. Please call 904-355-4224 if your child cannot attend, so we can allow those on the waiting list to take part.
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Each registration includes one parent and child.
Free for Garden Club members | $5 for nonmembers
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