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Visit us at the Nash County Arboretum on the third Thursday of each month (except July) from 11 a.m.  – 12 p.m. for a fun and educational garden tour experience. These plant tours utilize the many garden areas within the arboretum to tell a unique story about the variety of plant species throughout the gardens. Every tour focuses on different types of plants. These tours will provide insight to gardeners on choosing the right plant for the right place within their home landscapes. Attendance is free but we ask that you please register to attend by following the provided link:

2023 Plant Tours @ The Nash County Arboretum

Dates subject to change due to weather conditions. All tours will gather at the building entrance of the Nash County Agriculture Center.

Thursday, July 27th – Plants That Attract Pollinators 2023

Thursday, August 17th – Plants That Can’t Stand the Heat 2023

Thursday, September 21st – Plants With the Letter A in Their Name

Thursday, October 19th – Plants to Howl Over

Thursday, November 16th – “Plants That Have Winter Berries”