Mulberry Community Garden – Spring Garden Event Dates

Sunday, April 13 1:00 pm – Early Evening

We will host a plant exchange throughout the afternoon and early evening hours on the garden’s grounds, January and Mulberry Streets, adjacent to the Mason County Library. This event will allow folks to bring a piece, or piece(s) of their plants, and exchange them for different or unusual plants they don’t have in their gardens. There are two really great things about this function: People can trade plants and educate each other about what types of environments the plants need. Secondly, we can get plants for FREE!

Friday, May 9th 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Join us (the members of Mulberry Community Gardens) and anyone who would like to help with planting, weeding, mulching, pruning and other sustainable garden practices. We will have several areas that need a little or in some cases, a bunch of T.L.C. Once we prepare the raised beds, we can plant our seedlings, seeds, and plants in these areas, which will provide color for beautifying the area. This will also allow our plants to become acclimated for optimum growth, which will allow us to yield a higher fruit, herb and vegetable production in 2014!

Thursday, May 15th 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Join us (the members of Mulberry Community Gardens) and anyone who would like to help with planting, weeding, mulching, pruning and other sustainable garden practices. We will have several areas that need a little or in some cases, a bunch of T.L.C. Once we prepare the raised beds, we can plant our seedlings, seeds, and plants in these areas, which will provide color for beautifying the area. This will also allow our plants to become acclimated for optimum growth, which will allow us to yield a higher a higher fruit, herb and vegetable production in 2014!

Saturday, May 17th 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join us (the members of Mulberry Community Gardens) and anyone who would like to help with planting, weeding, mulching, pruning and other sustainable garden practices. We will have several areas that need a little or in some cases, a bunch of T.L.C. Once we prepare the raised beds, we can plant our seedlings, seeds, and plants in these areas, which will provide color for beautifying the area. This will also allow our plants to become acclimated for optimum growth, which will allow us to yield a higher fruit, herb and vegetable production in 2014!

Carrie L. Taylor, Associate Professor
Horticulture Coordinator, Workforce Solutions

Maysville Community and Technical College

1755 U.S. Hwy 68
Maysville, KY 41056
(606) 759-7141 ext. 66232
Carriel.taylor@kctcs.edu