Gardening tips in library program

Learn gardening tips from a Master Gardener in a program at the Rum River Library Saturday, April 21, 2 p.m.

Based on “The Best Plants for 30 Tough Sites,” this program points out the best plants to use in the toughest soil and site conditions.

Find out the best plants to use for dry soil, clay soil, crevice planting, rain gardens and steep slopes, as well as which plants are the most deer resistant.

According to Anoka County Commissioner Carol LeDoux, as with any area of expertise, there are tips and tricks of the trade.

“Learn from these master gardeners and really watch your garden get growing this summer,” LeDoux said.

This program is free and open to the public. It is offered in partnership with the University of Minnesota Extension and presented by University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardeners.

The Rum River Library is located at 4201 Sixth Ave. in Anoka.

Visit for more information about the University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener program or visit for specific information about the Anoka County Master Gardener program.

For more information about this library program, call 763-576-4695 or visit

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