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Speakers Bureau

An initiative to engage the community through education outreach, our Speakers Bureau delivers programs on a range of gardening and home horticulture topics. 

Since 2014, our Speakers Bureau has continued to offer a series of workshops in partnership with the Nashville Public Library Seed Exchange at several branch locations across Metro Nashville. 

Our 2017 NPL Seed Exchange workshops can be found at our calendar as well as among other wonderful programs featured at the NPL Seed Exchange Facebook page!

Subject to availability and scheduling, our Speakers Bureau delivers free programs and workshops in partnership with community organizations in the Metro Nashville area. See our 2017 Schedule and Topics.

Available topics in 2017 include:

  • A Beginner's Guide to Savings Seeds
  • A Beginner's Guide to Growing & Enjoying Herbs
  • Benificial Insects for Landscape and Garden 
  • Common Tennessee Lawn Weeds: Identification and Control
  • The Science Behind Composting
  • Diagnosing Plant Diseases: "Getting to the Root of the Problem"
  • Tomato Disorders and Remedies
  • Fall Gardening with Flowers & Vegetables
  • Fall Vegetable Gardening in Middle Tennessee
  • Flower Gardening and the Color Wheel
  • Herbaceous Ornamentals: A Guide to Common Annuals, Perennials, Biennials, and Bulbs
  • Native Plants of Middle Tennessee
  • Organic Practices for the Vegetable Garden
  • Plant Propagation
  • Spring Vegetable Gardening in Middle Tennessee
  • Vegetable Container Gardening

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