Here’s the schedule of seminars:
March 31: 10 a.m., Considerations for Growing Fruit, by Butler County extension agent Larry Crouse; 11 a.m., Annuals vs. Perennials and Growing Great Flowers, by Harvey County extension agent Jason Graves; noon, Perfect Perennials for Our Wacky Climate, by master gardener Jan Longhofer; 1 p.m., A Garden for All Seasons, by Scott Vogt of Dyck Arboretum of the Plains in Hesston; 2 p.m., Small Yard? We’ve Got Plants to Fit, by Cheryl Boyer of K-State; 3 p.m., Water-Wise Plants, by extension agent Bob Neier; 4 p.m., If You Plant It, They Will Come, about butterflies, by Bob Simmons of Newton.
April 1: 1 p.m., Heirloom Vegetables, by master gardener Jacque Spangler; 2 p.m., Rain Barrels by master gardener Diane Dorsch; 3 p.m., Kitchen Gardens, by Kay Neff of Neff Family Farms; 4 p.m., Rain Gardens by Diane Dorsch.
For more information, see the website www.harveycountyhomeandgarden.com.