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Native Plants & Beneficial Insects (Macomb)

Sponsoring Organization: Ray Wiegand's Nursery & Garden Center 

Date: April 21

Start Time: 10 am

End Time: 11 am

Location:   Ray Wiegand's Nursery & Garden Center 47747 Romeo Plank Rd, Macomb, Michigan

Description of the Event: 

Want to help out our native pollinators and other beneficial insects? Through plant selection, garden design, and maintenance protocols, you can provide a haven not only for our beautiful butterflies and moths, but also other critical beneficial species, from bees to beetles.

Cheryl M. English is a certified Advanced Master Gardener living in Detroit, Michigan. Formally educated as an Art Historian, Cheryl has parlayed her varied training and experience into a career as a professional gardener, artist, writer, and garden and art educator. Currently on the Wildflower Association of Michigan Board and the Detroit Garden Center Planning Committee, she is also President Emeritus of Master Gardeners of Greater Detroit and wrote for the group's newsletter The City Seedling. She has also been active with the Editorial Board for the Detroit Garden Center's Bulletin and volunteered with The Greening of Detroit in various capacities. Cheryl penned the first article on native plants to appear in Michigan Gardener in May 2012 and now writes frequently for that publication on issues relating to native plants and on Clematis.

Education Credit Hours: 1

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