Knobloch’s Greenhouse to host program on seed starting

A Northwest Iowa Master Gardener program.

Stock photo by Francesco Gallarotti on Unsplash

ALVORD, Iowa — As part of the Northwest Iowa Master Gardener program, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach has teamed up with Knobloch’s Greenhouse to provide an in-person educational program focused on seed starting and local greenhouse management.

Area gardening enthusiasts are invited to attend the learning session from 2 to 3:30 p.m. March 1, at Knobloch’s Greenhouse, 1873 Dipper Ave., Alvord. There is no charge to attend but pre-registration is required by Feb. 25.

Participants will learn about tried-and-true seed starting practices and how to successfully care for seedlings, as well as greenhouse management. Attendees may also take part in preparing hanging baskets for the upcoming season, as time allows.

To preregister, call the ISU Extension and Outreach O’Brien County office at (712) 957-5045 by Feb. 25.

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