2021 Ten Plant Tour Virtual Series

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Due to popular demand the 10 Plant Tour Series is back!
Ever wonder what will thrive best and where?
Here is your chance to learn from experts.

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Log on to Nash County Arboretum Facebook page
shortly before the scheduled time of each tour.

2021 Ten Plant Tour FLYER

Tours will be held at the Nash County Arboretum located at 1006 Eastern Avenue in Nashville. This series of tours are FREE and open to the public. Each tour is scheduled to begin at 12:00 noon and last approximately 1 hour. Grab your friends and family and meet at the Nash County Agriculture Center. Tours are led by Matt Stevens, Horticulture Agent, N.C. Cooperative Extension, Nash County Center.


Ten Plants That are Recent Additions


Ten Plants That
We Haven’t Featured Before


Ten Plants That We Hope to Add Soon


Ten Plants That Do Well in Wet Sites


Ten Plants That Look Good in Winter

Meet at the Nash County Agriculture Center Entrance
1006 Eastern Avenue in Nashville

Dates subject to change due to weather conditions.
Tours are FREE. Donations to the Nash County Arboretum are always welcome. We look forward to you joining us on our tours.

If you have any questions please call 252.459.9810.

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The Nash County Arboretum is located at the
Nash County Agriculture Center
1006 Eastern Avenue in Nashville
Questions? Please call 252.459.9810.