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Spring Ephemeral Wildflowers with Master Gardener MaryLu Wells

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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany County’s Horticulture Program Presents

Spring ephemerals Are perennial woodland wildflowers which develop aerial parts (i.e. stemsleaves, and flowers) of the plant early each spring and then quickly bloom, and produce seed. The leaves often wither leaving only underground structures (i.e. rootsrhizomes, and bulbs) for the remainder of the year. Pictured here is Mary Harris of Alfred, not MaryLu Wells 🙂

BELMONT, NEW YORK – Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany County’s Horticulture Program welcomes you to join us for a zoom presentation, Spring Ephemeral Wildflowers, led by Master Gardener, MaryLu Wells. The program will be held Friday, March 26th, via Zoom, beginning at 4:00PM.

Please join us as MaryLu takes us on a walk through her woodland garden, that has been growing for over 15 years, containing a mix of indigenous, shade loving plants. Be sure to have a pen and paper at the ready, as MaryLu will be sharing her experience, discussing with us how you too, can start your own woodland garden.

Pre-registration is required and there is no fee for the program. Please contact Jeremy Baier, Allegany County Cooperative Extension at 585-268-7644 ext. 14, or by email [email protected] for details to attend. There will be an opportunity for questions after the presentation has finished.

This zoom presentation is one of many programs offered by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany County (CCE-Allegany). The association is part of the national cooperative extension system, an educational partnership between County, State, and Federal governments. As New York’s land grant university Cornell administers the system in this state. For more information, call 525-268-7644 or visit our website at www.cce.cornell.edu/allegany. Cornell University Cooperative Extension provides equal program and employment opportunities.

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