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looking for help


Hello there,

I have a lovely daughter who has just moved to an older home in Riva, MD (next to Annapolis) with lots of garden area that is in need of a bit of work. Being new to gardening she is looking for some help in identifying what she already has & if some of her plants should take preference over others regarding thinning etc.'.

Does anyone know of a garden club near there which would be willing have someone spend an hour or so attempting to give her guidance in this venture (hopefully gratis)?

Thank you for any & all help.

Ron from Maine.

zone 4

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