Join the Judea Garden’s Open Garden 15th season and Art Display Inauguration :”A Green Oasis”


The Judea Garden’s 15th season celebrations will be wrapped up with an Open Garden and Celebration event hosted by Steep Rock Association from 4 to 7 p.m. On Saturday, August 19, at the garden at 124 Christian Street’s Macricostas Preserve.

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August 20th is the make-up date for Sunday.

There will be a variety of delectable foods and beverages available, garden tours, presentations from the garden interns, and a chance to discover more about the event’s aim and objectives.

To participate in the celebration and see the results of the contributions made during the previous 15 seasons, the community, volunteers, and supporters are invited.

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The Open Garden and the inauguration of the art and photography display will take place simultaneously.

Entry deadline for photographers and artists is Friday, August 11. Visit for further details and admission forms.

Judea Garden open garden has been giving individuals in need access to fresh and nutritious vegetables like tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, peppers, and more.

What began as a modest plot of land has grown into a viable business that has a real impact on the lives of numerous families.

The success of the garden has not only benefited the neighborhood but has also sparked similar initiatives in other areas, demonstrating the strength of neighborhood participation and cooperation.

Denise Arturi, the manager and head gardener, said, “We’re proud to have been involved in ending hunger and food insecurity for 15 seasons of open garden and to serve as an inspiration to other communities and organizations.” “We hope they will join us to commemorate this occasion. We are grateful to everyone who has supported us over the years and contributed to our success.”

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In Love with Fabulous Ferns from the Home Gardening Series.

 On October 28 from 9:30 to 11:00 am, learn about native eastern North American ferns and how to use them in your landscape at the Olewine Nature Center at Wildwood Park, 100 Wildwood Way, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Attendees can join the event electronically or in person.

Join Kevin Kelly, a Penn State Master Gardener, for an in-depth talk on the best ferns for northeastern regions’ outdoor gardening. Ancient plants ferns are frequently underutilized. The presentation will concentrate on garden-worthy choices, mostly those that are indigenous to eastern North America, and will demonstrate how to include these amazing species in your open garden.

This program is for backyard gardeners who are curious about how to cultivate ferns in their environment with an emphasis on native plants from eastern North America. Participants will gain knowledge about the history and life cycles of ferns, how to use them in the landscape, and how to pick native (and some non-native) ferns that are suitable for open garden.

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Change of plants. On August 12 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., the Mahoning and Columbiana Counties Master Gardener Volunteers of Ohio State University Extension will host its annual “Bring One, Take One” Plant Exchange and Sale. The Mahoning County OSU Extension office, 490 S. Broad St., Canfield, OH 44406 is where the event will be held. This event provides the chance for a plant exchange, a plant sale, a sale of garden art, as well as a sale of old gardening equipment.

The plant exchange’s check-in period will commence at 9 a.m., and round one of the exchange will begin at 10 a.m. Bring one or more plants with you to the exchange, and make sure they are tagged with the name of the plant, the bloom color, the anticipated height, and the growing conditions. If necessary, volunteers from the Master Gardener program will help with labeling. Depending on the plants available, there may be up to two more exchange rounds.

The plant sale will feature indigenous, shrubs, perennials for shade and sun, bulbs, and house plants that have been sourced and grown by volunteer master gardeners.Master Gardeners will be there to assist you with carrying your purchases and address any plant-related queries you may have.

Along with the “Tools and Treasures” sale, which offers a selection of gently used garden tools and garden-related things, the Master Gardener Volunteers have also produced original indoor and outdoor garden art pieces that will be for sale.

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