Invasive plants are everywhere! In this session Mary Hank and Ellen Crocker discuss invasive plants in your home landscape and some great native alternatives to plant instead. This event is kid-friendly and handicap accessible. Pre-register here: https://uky.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wsgpyjY6RT6VEwVuaYpNuw. The event will begin at 1 PM ET/12 PM CT.
Think the only tree out there for a small landscape is a dogwood? Think again. Get to know some other great small trees for any Kentucky landscape. This event is kid-friendly and handicap accessible. Pre-register here: https://uky.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wsgpyjY6RT6VEwVuaYpNuw. This event will begin at 10 AM ET/9 AM CT.
11:30am — Virtual: How to Help Your Trees Thrive @ www.kentuckyhortnews.com. Register online for a discussion on tree care with certified arborist Dave Leonard.
In this week’s special Tree Week line-up, From the Woods Today will discuss why city trees are important and how to take care of them, National Forest Products Week and information about a Maple School held this fall. The weekly webcast program is conducted by the UK Forestry and Natural Resources Extension team, co-hosted by Reneé Williams and Billy Thomas.
Join this webinar at: https://uky.zoom.us/j/92172044126. This event will begin at 11 AM ET/10 AM CT.
It’s Tree Week in Kentucky! Tonight we will discuss some the best smaller trees to fit any landscape, tree planting tips and how to care for your newly planted tree. Join the Master Gardeners for a discussion on selecting and planting small trees for smaller landscapes. Plus we will have free trees to give away. And its plant swap time – so divide some of your perennials or bag up some seeds and bring for trading.
10:00am — Guided Tree Hike @ Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park, 20781 Pennyrile Forest State Park Rd, Dawson Springs. Meet at the lodge and join the park interpreters for a guided hike around the lake or opt for two shorter hikes.
With over 120 different trees species learning how to identify trees in Kentucky can be challenging but we can help you make it rewarding. Join us and learn how to use a dichotomous tree leaf key and take the challenge out of tree id. This event is kid-friendly and handicap accessible. Pre-register here: https://uky.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wsgpyjY6RT6VEwVuaYpNuw. This event will begin at 12 PM ET/11 AM CT.
6:00pm — Tree Trivia Night @ Main Street Tavern Restaurant 801 S. Main Street. Test your knowledge of trees and win prizes. Of course, the questions all have a tree theme, but you certainly do not need to be a professor of horticulture or botany to answer these. In fact, it is probably better if you are not. Enjoy dinner and a lively evening of friendly competition!