Budding gardeners in the USs smallest state have a chance to pick up some gardening tips at a range of gardening classes, which begin tomorrow (March 12th).
Those with an interest in horticulture can discover how to get the best out of their gardens and greenhouses on a budget at the Gardening on a Shoestring class.
According to newsday.com, the $10 class takes place at Clark Botanic Garden in Albertson from 13:00 local time on March 22nd.
It will look at frugal methods of gardening from seed-swapping to composting and attendees will also be able to explore the 12-acre gardens at the site on Willets Road.
Another class is the free Lawn and Landscape tutorial taking place tomorrow from 19:00 local time in Melville Library.
The class will be taken by Eric Pomisel of GroKind Organics and will teach gardeners how to properly care for their lawn.
A range of other classes and shows will also take place in the area over the coming weeks and gardeners should check out the website for more information.
The Christian Science Monitor recently reported on an MIT experiment where robots were being used to grow tomato plants without the help of humans.