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Todd County Garden Day early registration by Feb. 28

The Todd County Master Gardeners in conjunction with the Sauk River Watershed will present the Todd County Garden Day on Saturday, March 26.

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TODD COUNTY — The Todd County Master Gardeners in conjunction with the Sauk River Watershed will present the Todd County Garden Day on Saturday, March 26, from 8:15 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 401 Fourth St. South, Long Prairie, MN 56437.

Keynote speaker is John Ball, professor at South Dakota State University Extension forestry specialist and South Dakota Department of Agriculture forest health specialist. Ball will be presenting on Diversifying Our Landscapes. We have our favorites, but we need to diversify our landscapes.

Then you will have the choice to attend four sessions on Jumping Worms, Native Plants for Shade and Woodlands, Designing Wonderful Containers, Peony — An Old-Fashioned Favorite, Succulent Gardening, Growing Apples in Zone 3, Introduction to Rock Gardening, Vegetable Gardening 101, Soil: Starting from the Ground Up, Getting Kids Interested in Gardening, Northern Accent Roses, Native Plants for Sun and Sand, Starting Seeds, The Cutting Garden and Language of Flowers, Minnesota Prairie Plants for the Rock Garden, Enjoy the Beauty of Your Garden Inside, Outwitting Peter Rabbit and Bambi and Continuous Color in the Garden.

Bring a water sample for the water nitrates test by the Sauk River Watershed.

Early bird registration by Feb. 28 is $30. After March 1 the registration will be $35 per person.

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Registration includes morning refreshments, lunch and sessions along with door prizes. Registration is limited.

Mail your registration with payment to Todd County Garden Day, Todd County Extension Historic Courthouse, 215 First Avenue S. Suite 101, Long Prairie, MN 56347.

Any questions, email toddctymg@gmail.com.

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