The concept of keyhole gardening is becoming more popular in the United States and Washington County, Indiana is leading the way. To learn the benefits and advantages of keyhole gardening and how to build a keyhole garden at your home, the Good Earth Master Gardeners, Purdue Extension – Washington County and the Mill Creek Blue River Watershed Project will be hosting a Keyhole Gardening Workshop on Saturday, April 20th at 10:00 am. The workshop will be held at the Salem Community Garden just north of highway 56 along Brock Creek. During the workshop you will hear from Jack Stephenson, Good Earth Master Gardener and keyhole gardener. Participants will also help construct five keyhole gardens.
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