Expert gardener and longtime Hansberry Garden member Janet Peterman will offer a primer for urban gardeners, drawing on years of experience to outline the practices that have allowed her and other HGNC members to make bountiful donations to the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s City Harvest program year after year.
Native plants in your little back yard, surrounded by alleys, sidewalks, and cars, are vital fuel-supply lines to the larger natural world. Your native plants will help bolster insects that pollinate our crops, which will fuel birds, which will migrate to wild areas or farmlands, which will fuel everyone from house cats to bobcats and more.
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At our annual plant sale, Hansberry Garden and Nature Center offers seedlings, potted plants, and cut flowers just in time for Mothers’ Day. It features native plants, which play a key role in keeping our ecosystem healthy.
The Hansberry Garden and Nature Center, located at the corner of Wayne and Hansberry Avenues in Southwest Germantown, will hold its annual Spring Gathering membership event at the New Hope Temple Baptist Church (in the building formerly occupied by Calvary Episcopal Church), 5020 Pulaski Ave., from 1 – 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 2.
The 2016 deadline for renewing membership in Hansberry Garden and Nature Center has been extended from Monday, Feb. 29 to Sunday, March 31. Members who wish to retain the beds they were assigned last year must renew by this date; on March 2, beds that have not been claimed by renewing members will revert to […]
The HGNC board has decided to purchase new locks for both the garden gate and the tool shed at the beginning of the 2016 growing season. Members will be assessed a $5 fee, to be paid at the time of membership renewal, to help defray the cost of new locks and keys.