Gardening classes offer information for novices, old hands

Central Missouri Master Gardener Jane Davis gives a presentation about yard art during the Spring Gardening Seminar at Lincoln University’s George Washington Carver Farm on Saturday. The event was sponsored by Central Missouri Master Gardeners, University of Missouri Cole County Extension Office and Lincoln University.

Central Missouri Master Gardener Jane Davis gives a presentation about yard art during the Spring Gardening Seminar at Lincoln University’s George Washington Carver Farm on Saturday. The event was sponsored by Central Missouri Master Gardeners, University of Missouri Cole County Extension Office and Lincoln University. Photo by Kris Wilson.

After admiring her daughter’s orchids, Linda Pawliczak finally bought one of her own last month. And Janet Rademan was looking for tips to improve her typical, new Mid-Missouri residential lot.

Both found answers and motivation Saturday for their personal ventures at the Spring Gardening Seminar, sponsored by the Central Missouri Master Gardeners, the Cole County Extension Office and Lincoln University.

From among the 18 workshops offered during six sessions, Pawliczak said she signed up early for Jake Seifert’s orchids class.

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