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Oct 8, 2010 4:39 PM CST
Name: Red
Knoxville, TN
COWETA COUNTY MASTER GARDENER PLANT SALE Saturday, October 9, 2010 (Rain or Shine) 1:00- 4:00 PM Greenhouse at the County Fairgrounds 255 Pine Road, Newnan, Ga 30263 We have a limited selection of beautiful ornamental shrubs and perennials -- perfect for fall planting. Located behind the County Extension Office and next to the Horse Arena. Look for the Plant Sale signs Great plants at great prices - Checks or cash accepted. For additional Information, please contact the County Extension Office at 770-254-2620

GRIFFIN: SCARECROWS IN THE GARDEN at the UGA Research and Education garden. Visit the garden and the scarecrows weekdays 8 am-4:30 pm and Sundays 1-4 pm October 11th through October 24th. Don’t miss the Scarecrow Celebration Sunday, Oct 24th 1-4pm. The Garden is located adjacent to 131 West Ellis Road Griffin, GA. You can get the latest RE Garden event information at

DECATUR NATIVE PLANT BOTANICAL GARDEN LUNCH AND WILDFLOWER SERIES at Georgia Perimeter College. Just a few weeks of these left until spring. Next week is Oct 13 "Rare plants of Georgia with emphasis on Floyd County” Richard and Teresa Ware. Free native plant talks and guided garden walks. Plant Sales with Discounts: 10:00 - 2:00 Walks: 10:30 - 11:15. Talks: 11:30 - 12:30 - Please follow signs at garden to the classroom. 3251 Panthersville Road Decatur, GA Phone: 678-891-2668

GWINNETT TECHNICAL COLLEGE FALL PLANT SALE Friday October 15 9am-4pm at the Greenhouses GTC 5150 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville, GA 30043 August Beauty Gardenias, Ilex glabra ‘Shamrock’, Frost Proof Gardenias, Indigofera decora, Pansies, Vitex agnus-castus ‘Shoal Creek’, Ferns Heucherella ‘Bridget Bloom’, Hydrangeas, Echinacea Big Sky ‘Twilight’, Golden Globe, Thuja, Amsonia hubrechtii. Remember if you plant to go to the Vince Dooley book signing on campus at 10 am that day, it’s free but you must register at

GWINNETT MASTER GARDENERS MEETING Want to learn how to be a better environmental steward and also how to get a reduction on your water bill? Come and hear a very informative Stormwater program at the Gwinnett County Master Gardeners meeting on Monday, October 18th. We will have a covered dish dinner at 6:30. If you would like to eat with us, please bring a dish to share. Otherwise, come and learn about using rain barrels, rain gardens, etc. at 7:00 p.m. We meet at the Gwinnett Sr. Center at 225 Bethesda Church Road in Lawrenceville off of Ronald Reagan Parkway.

ATLANTA OUTDOOR CLASSROOM SYMPOSIUM Georgia’s 14th Annual Outdoor Classroom Symposium Friday November 5 at Zoo Atlanta. The theme of "Get Outdoors! Teaching Locally, Connecting Globally" will feature hands-on sessions on how to create outdoor teaching spaces, how to how to teach outdoors, and how to use local resources to make connections to the larger world. New this year, three speakers will give presentations in Zoo Atlanta’s auditorium: Daron Joffe AKA "Farmer D" of Farmer D Organics, Jerry Hightower, Outdoor Educator Extraordinaire from the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Dr. Joe Mendelson, Curator of Herpetology at Zoo Atlanta. Other highlights will include "make and take" classes, informative exhibits prepared by program providers and outdoor classroom experts, presentation of the Outdoor Classroom Service Award, and endless opportunities for networking and inspiration! Complete Details/Registration:

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