Amanda McNulty, host of ETV’s “Making It Grow,” will appear in Beaufort’s version of the show on Saturday, September 13 at noon in the season finale of “Keeping It Growing.” The show will feature a panel of Master Gardeners, hosted by Amanda, at the Port Royal Farmers Market Gazebo in Naval Heritage Park.
This is the final episode of Lunch and Learn, the summer-long series of classes and lectures about horticulture and gardening presented by the Lowcountry Master Gardener Association.
The show’s producer, Sandra Educate, says, “The talent from the Master Gardener pool and local professionals is amazing. They have donated over 200 trees, plants and shrubs as door prizes during the series. People come from all over Beaufort County to attend these free classes. This is our fourth year of the series that won an International Master Gardeners award.”
Clemson Extension Agent, Laura Lee Rose, comments, “This is a really valuable community service. Citizens of Beaufort County learn about best gardening practices, how to garden successfully in this unique climate and tips and secrets from the people who know!”
The series begins each year in spring, and continues every Saturday until mid-September. The classes are free, and no registration is required. Just bring a folding chair to the gazebo at noon.