February 27, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jill Russell, Librarian, (510) 747-7713
Succulents Garden Program at the Library
Want to learn about easy and beautiful plants that you can grow in your home and garden? Come to our free succulents class at the Alameda Free Library on Saturday, March 11th at 2:30 p.m. Lori Caldwell will teach us about this low-maintenance plant that is great for both indoor and outdoor gardens. This class will explore the many varieties of succulents and all the ways to propagate, display and care for these fantastic and beautiful drought tolerant plants.
There will be succulent cuttings for you to take home and plant. Feel free to bring your cuttings to share, if you have any. This class is for teen and adults, only.
Please call the Main Library Reference Desk at (510) 747-7713 to RSVP. The Alameda Free Library is located at 1550 Oak Street, Alameda, CA 94501. The class will be held in the Regina Stafford Community Room at the Main Library.