The Wichita Public Library will collaborate with K-State Research and Extension-Sedgwick County for the Fall Gardening Series from 6 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday evenings from August 5 - September 2 online via Zoom. Registration is now open at wichitalibrary.org/gardening.
Turning Dirt Into Soil: The Miracle of Microbes, August 5
Learn about what healthy soil has in common with your own digestive system, and how inoculating your plot with compost “probiotics” powers the nutrient cycle.
Perennials: The Garden’s Foundation, August 12
Learn which perennials will perform best in your Kansas landscape.
Landscape Design, August 19
Learn about resources in design, construction and planting to give you the confidence to embark on your own landscaping journey.
The Ultimate Guide to Fall Lawn Care, August 26
Learn about the keys to lawn health and what schedule to follow in order to make sure your grass is always greener.
Where’s the Watermelon? Seasonal, Local Eating in ICT, September 2
Decode some of the local food lingo floating around, know what is in season at different times of the year, and how to find the produce you want in local areas.