Sharon Haley has gardened with native plants for 30 years. In 1993, her Rogers garden was one of the first certified National Wildlife Habitats in Arkansas, and she is the 1994 Arkansas Master Garden of the Year. At 2:00 p.m. Saturday March 24th, Haley will present a PowerPoint presentation at the Hobbs State Park visitor center on the early spring wildflowers of northwest Arkansas. If you have wondered what some of our early wildflower bloomers are, you will not want to miss this program.
The Hobbs State Park – Conservation Area visitor center is located on
Hwy 12 just east of the Hwy 12/War Eagle Road intersection. This program is a continuation of the Friends of Hobbs Speaker Series. For more information call: 479-789-5000
As a avid gardner,what a wonderful way to continue to educate. I have been enjoying our early spring here in Eureka Springs,Arkansas. Just today I was out in our garden planning new plants and enjoying my new spring plant, double tulips, in red,yellow and pink. Seeing last years hostas, penonies,knock out roses and creeping phlox make their presence.When planning your Eureka Springs vacation give the Angel at Rose Hall a call,your Eureka Springs Bed and Breakfast and your Eureka Springs Weddings Chapel, the best place for Eureka Springs Lodging and Eureka Springs wedding