Tyler Arboretum’s Garden Sprouts program continues tomorrow Tuesday, July 12th from 1-2pm with Flower Helpers. Explore the Arboretum in search of butterflies and bees who help the flowers grow.
The Garden Sprouts program is designed to introduce kids ages 4 and 5 to the world of plants and gardens. Programs include stories, crafts, and walks to complement hands-on fun with plants. Children must be accompanied by an adult; fee is for the child only. Check out the line-up of Garden Sprouts programs for the rest of the summer:
Butterflies and bees help the flowers. Explore the Arboretum in search of these insects.
Midsummer Garden Harvest
Enjoy the best part of gardening – picking and eating!
Reaching for the Sky!
Plants grow in many different ways. Go on a search for those that like to climb high.
Search for plants that live underground while you dig for carrots, potatoes & beets. You might even run into an underground helper – the worm!
Cost: $8 for non-members, $6 for members. Pre-registration is required. To register, contact Joanne Landau, Registrar at 610-566-9134 x215 or email@example.com