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March 28 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
GARDENING GREEN EXPO is Going Virtual!
After careful consideration, the North and South Rivers Watershed Association, WaterSmart South Shore, and Kennedy’s Country Gardens have decided to cancel the Gardening Green Expo on Saturday, March 28. In light of the COVID-19 virus and recommendations from the Coronavirus Task Force of the US Government, and for the safety of our staff, volunteers, speakers and vendors, as well as the general public, the event will now be a virtual event.
You can still enjoy the following:
- Our FREE lectures will be online. Sign up here to be notified when lectures come online!
- Order your rain barrels and composters online
- $35 Special NSRWA NEW Member Deal with $25 Kennedy’s Gift Card and $10 Explore South Shore Guide Map can be ordered online (For NEW NSRWA members only)
- Plant Resources from Kennedy’s Country Gardens can be downloaded online
- Enter to Win a Custom Garden Plan online
- Watch our 2019 Gardening Green Expo Videos online
- And more!
Stay tuned for more details on where and how to watch our FREE lectures. Thank you for joining us in our efforts to keep everyone healthy and safe.
Downloadable Plant Resources from Kennedy’s Country Gardens
- Native Perennials for Sun
- Native Perennials for Shade
- Perennials for Pollinators and Birds
- Annuals for Bees, Butterlies, Hummingbirds and Songbirds
- Native Plants for Native Pollinators
FREE LECTURES WILL BE POSTED ONLINE – LINKS TO COME
UNTIL OUR VIDEO CONTENT IS READY, PLEASE ENJOY THESE RELATED VIDEOS AND OUR 2019 VIDEOS (Click on link to see videos)
This FREE expo is sponsored by the WaterSmart program, North and South Rivers Watershed Association and Kennedy’s Country Gardens. WaterSmart is a nonprofit partnership between the NSRWA and 12 towns on the South Shore: Cohasset, Duxbury, Hanover, Hingham, Hull, Kingston, Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke, Rockland, Scituate and Weymouth. Our programs are based on the belief that education is key. Since its creation, WaterSmart has educated thousands of local school-age children, adults, and businesses on water conservation, stormwater pollution, where their water comes from, and how to care for it.