Tuesday, March 12
It is no secret, pollinators are in trouble. How can we address the pollinator crisis in our own yards? It can be as simple as planting the right flowers. Come and join Lisa Reuvers, University of Minnesota Master Gardener as she presents “Flowers for Pollinators” put together by the University extension to help combat dwindling habitat and provide nourishing food.
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Spring is springing out all over! We’ve been growing seeds at the library. Miss Susan planted a sunflower, a pea and a lima bean.
Day one: All quiet.
Day six: Starting to sprout.
Day eight: Check out those shoots!
Day 10: Look at that sunflower reaching for the sky!
If you want to plant some seeds of your own, join us April 16 or 19 for a spring story time.
Do you love butterflies? (And who doesn’t?) Are you planning your dream garden? Join us at the Lonsdale Public Library for a free program on how to plan a butterfly-friendly garden. Master gardener Lisa Reuvers will provide advice on choosing plants that will make your yard a butterfly haven.
Date: Thursday, April 23rd
Time: 7:00 pm
Place: Lonsdale Public Library