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by Andrew Kiraly | posted March 18, 2014
If you ignore the current weather — brute, swooping shears of wind that are turning the hair of the public into hopeless clown frizz — you might have noticed that, otherwise, it’s feeling kinda springy of late. (Yeah, what was up with that 80-degree thing happening the other day? What was up with that sweating thing I was doing in my car? What was up with the sudden neck-tan?) Spring means it’s time to start thinking about getting your garden back in gear. Which means it’s also time for our semi-annual Desert Companion on Tour event at Plant World, featuring Norm Schilling of Schilling Horticulture sharing his wisdom, insight and heartwarming tales of yard-based adventures! Join us 9:30 a.m. Saturday, March 22 at Plant World Nursery on 5301 W. Charleston Blvd.! Coffee! Cookies! Fellow gardeners!
Typically, we gab for a while about spring planting tips, common gardening conundrums and Norm’s favorite plants, after which we take questions from the audience. But, hey, doesn’t hurt to ask ahead of time: What’s on your plants’ minds? We’re open to questions and topic ideas, so feel free to share them in the tiny Facebook-sanctioned box below!
Pick up your Desert Companion today at one of these Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf or Jamba Juice locations.
Also available at Clark County and Henderson libraries.