Dreaming of flowers and fresh vegetables? You’re in luck!

The Williamson County Public Library (WCPL) will begin their 2021 Virtual Garden Talk Series on Monday, Feb. 22 and you’re invited to join the informative online experience.

WCPL and the Williamson County Master Gardeners Speakers Bureau are happy to present “Raised Garden Beds” for their first talk in the series.

The online program will discuss how to select a site for your beds, materials and construction techniques, as well as soil and soil-less mixes. The speaker has over 10 years of experience with raised garden beds.

The monthly virtual programs are presented on Mondays from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. All the programs are free and open to anyone who would like to participate. In addition, everyone can safely participate at home on a smartphone, tablet or computer.

When registering, please include a valid email address. An email with login details will be sent to registrants the day before the program, so register early and check the “send email reminder” option when you register.

Register now and get ready to garden! To register, you can visit and look under Services for Garden Talk Series.

For more information, you can also call 615-595-1243 extension 1.

2021 Garden Talk Series

February 22: Building Raised Garden Beds

March 22: Pruning Shrubs

April 19: Monarch Waystations and Backyard Wildlife Habitats

May 3: Fairy Gardens Big and Small

June 21: Container Gardening - Imagine the Possibilities

July 19: Managing Fire Ants

August 9: Bee-Friendly Garden

September 20: Shady Characters - Exploring Plant Options for Your Shade Garden

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