This Week in Gardening & Nature

Photo of two yellow Patty Pan and two green Acorn Squash

Order Cover Crop Seed Mixes online from Seed St. Louis for pick up from their office. $1 per packet covers 4’x10′ bed. Mixes: Winter Kill (sow now), Winter Overwintering (sow up to mid-Oct), Spring Mix (sow mid-Feb to early March if you aren’t planning on Spring crops). Learn more about Cover Crops

30 for $17 Brightside St. Louis Annual Daffodil & Tulip Sale. Order now for pick up Sept 30 or Oct 1st at Forest Park Greenhouse

1:30 pm Wednesday Leaf Walk at Bellefontaine Cemetery. Master Guide led walking tour. Register

2 pm Wednesday Seed St. Louis and St. Louis County Library Virtual Workshop: Season Extension and Winter Gardening. Register

4 pm Wednesday Missouri Prairie Foundation Webinar: Prairie & Native Plant Careers. Panel includes Sarah Kendrick, Migratory Birds Biologist; Ronda Burnett, Community Conservation Planner; Jerod Huebner, Director of Prairie Management. Register

For Kids ages 3-6. 6 pm Thursday Missouri Conservation Department’s Conservation Kids, You and Me under the Canopy: Becoming Bears. Tower Grove Park. Register

6 pm Thursday Seed St. Louis Webinar: Getting the Most From Your Harvest. Register

10 am Saturday Missouri Conservation Department Workshop at Forest Park Hatchery: Fall Butterflies and Monarch Migration. 10 Seats remaining. Register

10 am to 2 pm Saturday Missouri Conservation Department event at Powder Valley Conservation Area, Kirkwood: Protecting Our Pollinators. Info Booths & Presentations.

1:30 pm Saturday Missouri Botanical Garden Workshop: Pollinator Conservation Begins at Home. South Auditorium, Visitor Center. Register

Sept 19th Missouri Conservation Department’s Monarch Tagging at Columbia Bottom Conservation Area. Register

Sept 30th Missouri Prairie Foundation’s St. Louis Area Native Plant Sale at Roeslein & Associates, 9200 Watson, Crestwood

Oct 1 Deadline to enter Missouri Department of Natural Resources Photo Contest. Categories: Natural Resources, State Parks & Historic Sites, People Enjoying Mo Outdoors