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Keep Pearland Beautiful Lecture: Plumeria, Ginger and Hibscus

Attend a FREE lecture, sponsored by Keep Pearland Beautiful, Brazoria County Master Gardeners and City of Pearland Tropical Paradise: Plumerias, Ginger and Hibiscus. Discover growing tips and outstanding varieties for your home garden. This lecture is scheduled from 7pm to 8pm at the Delores Fenwick Nature Center in Pearland. Light refreshments before the lecture, so come as early as 6:30pm. For more information, browse online: http://keeppearlandbeautiful.org/.

The Heat is On: Hibiscus in Bloom

A little color always brings focus to a drab and uniform garden. Garden flair can easily be achieved by choosing from a suite of tropical and hardy hybridized hibiscus, stand-out plants that can catch and direct our attention with a variety of colors and flower form. We’ll start this article with a brief introduction to a diverse plant family, and finish with an enticing flourish of hardy hybrid hibiscus varieties. Hibiscus belongs to the Mallow Family (Malvaceae), plants with global distribution of over 240 genera. The family includes… Read More →

Keep Pearland Beautiful Lecture: Hibiscus

The free Garden Lecture series sponsored by Keep Pearland Beautiful and the Brazoria County Master Gardener’s continues with “How to grow and care for hibiscus.” Marti and Greg Graves from the Lone Star Hibiscus Society will share their expertise in growing beautiful hibiscus. They will welcome questions that the audience might have about nurturing these flowering shrubs. The lectures are on the second Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m. The lecture will be in the multipurpose room of the Pearland Recreation Center, 4141 Bailey Rd, Pearland, Texas. There is no charge for these educational garden lectures. Come when the doors open at 6:45 p.m., enjoy dessert and coffee, and visit with other attendees. Keep Pearland Beautiful will provide coffee and dessert for participants. For more information about the Garden Lecture series and other Keep Pearland Beautiful Programs visit our website www.mykpb.org or call 281-489-2795.
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