Posted Thursday, June 14, 2012
How does your garden grow? Does the lawn need some help? On the next Sound of Ideas, we'll head outside along with all the neighbors to talk about gardening and lawn care with specific ideas about organic techniques. Some landscapers are freezing weeds and introducing clover to keep lawns green without herbicides. And if you want to repel bugs, we've got one word for you: Marigolds. Maybe you've got other suggestions. Grab your gloves and join us Thursday at 9:00 a.m.
Community/Human Interest, Environment
Alec McClennan, founder, Good Nature Organic Lawn Care
Debra Knapke, Columbus, The Garden Sage
Carmella Shale, director, Geauga Soil & Water Conservation District
Geri Unger, director of education and research, Cleveland Botanical Garden
Healthier, Cleaner, Greener Schools & Facilities seminar
Friday, June 15 8 a.m. to Noon
Cleveland Botanical Garden
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