Lunch and Learn with the Master Gardeners
Have you ever wondered about carnivorous plants? How many are there? Where do they live? How do they catch their food? Can they eat my neighbor’s noisy pet?
Carnivorous plants are fun to grow as indoor or outdoor plants. Some are even native to Texas! They are a great conversation starter, make fascinating additions for any gardener and bring out the kid in all of us.
A lunch and learn program about Carnivorous Plants is going to be offered and hosted by the Gonzales Master Gardeners on Tuesday, November 14, from noon to 1:00 p.m. The program presenter, Kyle Lambert, who is a Certified Texas Master Gardener, will share information on these very interesting and unusual plants. The program will be held at the master gardeners’ building, PACE: Plantatarium A Center for Exploration, located at 623 N. Fair Street, Gonzales.
This event is free and open to the public. The Gonzales Master Gardeners will share coffee, tea, cookies and knowledge, so pack a sack lunch and join them for this informative program. For more information, go to www.gonzalesmastergardeners.org or call 830-672-8531.