DPW One-Hour Chat On Gardening, Thursday, April 25, Noon-1:00pm
Trying to design a great garden this spring but have some limitations that make it difficult? Perhaps you have a small yard and need help selecting plants that will look best in that space. Or, you need to know what plants work best in yards with little or too much sunlight. Or, you want to assemble an eye-catching flower box?
Maybe you are just trying to maintain the garden you already have. Looking for the best way to keep damaging elements like bugs, animals and blossom rot at bay?
Planting a vegetable garden and want to know what kinds of vegetables will give you the biggest yield?
Get answers to all of these questions and more by joining the DC Department of Public Works (DPW) Helping Hand Program’s online chat Thursday, April 25 at noon, featuring Frager’s Hardware garden manager Christine Moschetti.
DPW’s Helping Hand Program helps community groups organize neighborhood clean-up and community garden projects by lending tools, trash bags, and providing free compost.
To participate in the session once it has begun, place dpw.dc.gov/livechat into the search browser or visit www.dpw.dc.gov and select DPW Live Chat under the “About DPW” link found at the top of DPW’s homepage. Transcripts of all chat sessions can be reviewed after the session by following these same instructions.
WHAT: Live, One-Hour Chat to Discuss Gardening
WHEN: Thursday, April 25, 2013, 12:00-1:00 pm
DPW’s online chats are held at noon each month with DPW Director William O. Howland, Jr., and other DPW officials. Next month, DPW Web chat will discuss trash collection and related issues.
Kevin B. Twine
Office Of The Director
Department of Public Works
2000 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20009
DPW Main: 202-673-6833
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