Oh, this looks like so much fun. Good way to learn about New Orleans and meet new people. And, the class is FREE.
Email from Parkway Partners, which is a nonprofit organization geared at urban gardening in New Orleans:
You’ve been asking for it!
Come to Parkway Partners this Saturday, January 12, and learn about GROWING CITRUS TREES IN NEW ORLEANS. We’ve invited LSU Ag Center County Agent for Plaquemines Parish, Alan Vaughn, who is considered to be the greatest local authority on growing citrus, to speak.
Also, join us in meeting and greeting Andrew Loyd, our new Horticulture Cooperative Extension Agent in Orleans Parish.
Available for sale at Parkway Partners’ greenhouse:
- A variety of Citrus and Fig Trees
- Native Trees
- LSU Super Plants
- Winter Herbs
- Colorful Annuals
Visit our SALE TABLE! 2013 Growing Calendars are also available for just $7!
Gates are open from 9am-noon. Alan Vaughn speaks at 10am inside the main building. Plants will be for sale in the yard and greenhouse.
1137 Baronne St., New Orleans, LA 70113
At the corner of Baronne and Clio Street in Central City
For questions about 2nd Saturdays, contact Nell Howard firstname.lastname@example.org.