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Cloverleaf – Garden Myths, by Larry Hodgson
April 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Every gardener knows that you can keep slugs at bay by surrounding plants with ground eggshells. That sand will lighten heavy clay soil. That newly planted trees need to be staked. Except that… none of that is true. Learn the truth about many useless and wasteful garden practices and save yourself time, effort and money.
Larry Hodgson is a freelance garden writer living in Quebec City. He is a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines, speaks frequently to horticultural groups throughout North America and appears regularly on television and radio.
His daily gardening blog, laidbackgardener.blog, attracts more than 2 million visits a year.
His book credits include Making the Most of Shade and Perennials for Every Purpose, as well as over 60 other titles in English and French.