“Using Native Plants in the Landscape” will be the topic of a presentation by Master Gardener Melinda Mulesky on Saturday, March 26 at Bethlehem United Methodist Church in Moneta.
Sponsored by the Church’s Green Team, the focus of Mulesky’s talk will be how native plants provide shelter and food for wildlife, and support for pollinators.
A Master Gardener for Bedford County since 2019, Mulesky’s career was focused on agricultural biotechnology and Plant Pathology. Now retired, she assists frequently at the MG Help Desk, and helps to identify diseased plants in the landscape.
The program will begin at 2 pm in the church Fellowship Hall. For more information call 540-297-7957.