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Landscaping for the Homeowner Series: Gardening for Wildlife

Keith Bowers
7-9 p.m., Wednesday March 20 | Complete Series: $80 members, $120 non-members. Individual Class: $10 members, $14 non-members.

This class will focus on creating specialized areas of the landscape for wildlife gardening including butterfly and bird gardens, utilizing native plants in the landscape. Beat winter's chill by preparing for your spring garden! Back by popular demand, the Cincinnati Zoo's 2013 Landscaping series is one of the most informative and complete courses for homeowners in the Tri-state area. Offering insight on design, preparation and plant selection, the classes can be taken separately or as a complete series building upon one another.

Where: Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
Phone: 513-559-7767
Address: 3400 Vine St.
Website: www.cincinnatizoo.org

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden

3400 Vine St.
Cincinnati, Ohio
The second oldest zoo in the United States, it’s also one of the nation’s best, with more than 500 species represented, many endangered. Be sure to check out the white tigers and the giraffe area.
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