Why do my plants have holes in the leaves?

The Lowcountry Master Gardeners Association is proud to present Walter Reeves, the most respected garden guru in the south on Thursday, March 26th, at 1:00 p.m. at the Auditorium of the Technical College of the Lowcountry located at 921 Ribaut Road, for a fascinating look at how to understand plant damage when you see it.

Walter Reeves
Walter Reeves

Ever puzzled over a diseased flower or a shrub with holes in the leaves?  How can you figure out what is afflicting your plants without being a plant pathologist or an entomologist?  Atlanta’s garden expert, Walter Reeves, will teach you how to look for patterns in the plant damage you see. This will help you know whether a bug, a disease or something else has caused the problem. General Admission is $10.00.  Walter will conduct a plant clinic after the lecture, so bring your weeds, insects or plant damage for Walter to inspect and lend his expertise.

Walter is the author of 9 books about gardening and hosts the TV show “Your Southern Garden” aired on public television. Learn more about Walter at his website at www.walterreeves.com.

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