Native grasses provide structure, texture, and interest to landscapes and gardens, as well as food and habitat for native wildlife.  Once your awareness of grasses has been raised, and you are able to identify them, they can become a vital part of your gardening and restoration activities.  This workshop will show you how to identify many native warm season grasses, which bloom and seed in the fall.

Andropogon ternarius 2012-09-07

Photo by Jim Allison

Georgia has a large variety of warm season grasses, including broomsedges, little bluestem, wood-oat grasses, panic grasses, and much more.

To see more details about the class and to register for the it, please visit the event listing here.


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