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The Takoma Horticultural Club presents
“A Delightful Tangle: Native Vines”
presented by Paula Jean Hallberg
Wednesday, November 19, 7:30 - 9:00 pm
Historic Takoma, 7328 Carroll Ave., Takoma Park, MD

This event is free & open to the public

Paula Jean Hallberg, a Montgomery Country Master Gardener and a Master Naturalist, will present a talk on native vines. Here are three very good reasons for local gardeners and home owners to learn more about these vines: 1. They are a natural source of pollen and nectar for our priceless pollinators. 2. Many of us are ever-challenged to find space in our gardens, so “going vertical” can be a great space-saver. 3. We need to be able to recognize the differences between those nasty, invasive vines and the good, beneficial ones. Please join us for this “Delightful Tangle of Native Vines” talk.

Join us at Historic Takoma, 7328 Carroll Ave. in Takoma Park, MD. Doors open at 7:00 pm and our meeting will start promptly at 7:30. After a brief business meeting including the election of 2015 officers for the Takoma Horticultural Club, Paula Jean will give her talk, followed by audience comments and questions.

This event is FREE and open to the public. Please wear a recycled name tag. We welcome snack table contributions.

The Takoma Horticultural Club (THC) welcomes gardeners from Takoma Park and surrounding areas, including DC, Montgomery County, Prince George’s County, and beyond. Our members love gardening, have very diverse interests and gardening experience, and enjoy many activities throughout the year. The THC Program includes two plant exchanges, two potluck dinners, a local garden tour, workshops, lectures, special trips, and even a free garden consultation. Although many of our events are open to the public, more than half are for members only. And for $12, you can’t go wrong! Join us and increase your gardening pleasure!

The THC email list is open to all and is used to exchange information about gardening. You do not have to belong to the club to join in our email conversation! To join, simply follow the instructions.

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