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May 18, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Deadheading is the gardening term used for the removal of faded or dead flowers from plants. Deadheading is generally done in order to maintain both a plant’s appearance and to improve its overall performance. Most annuals and many perennials will continue to bloom throughout the growing season if they are regularly deadheaded. Judy Groben, Penn State Master Gardener, will provide the instruction for this useful gardening trick. This event is free (donations appreciated). Please call or email to reserve a spot.