Rockwall, Texas – Green-thumbed enthusiasts are making a special effort to engage the younger generation in the world of gardening. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension’s esteemed group, Rockwall Master Gardeners, is forging a delightful partnership with the Rockwall County Library’s children’s section. Together, they’re presenting a unique experience: “Plant a Fairy Garden.”
Plant a Fairy Garden event in Rockwall is recommended for children aged 6-11
Recommended for children between the ages of 6 and 11, the event promises to be a magical combination of storytelling, creativity, and horticulture. Young participants will get the chance to plant their very own fairy gardens, introducing them to the joys of gardening while fueling their imaginations.
The event is scheduled for Thursday, October 12th, from 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm at the Rockwall County Library. Due to the anticipated popularity and the hands-on nature of the workshop, those interested in attending are required to sign up in advance. Space is limited, emphasizing the need for timely registration.
Parents and guardians can register their budding gardeners in person at the Rockwall Library Youth Services desk. Alternatively, they can also secure a spot for their young ones by calling 972-204-7740.
This initiative underscores the importance of community-based programs in promoting sustainable practices and ecological awareness among the younger generation. Not only does it pave the way for a deeper appreciation of nature, but it also encourages creativity, responsibility, and curiosity.
Residents of Rockwall County and neighboring areas are encouraged to grab this opportunity and let their children dive into a world where magic meets nature. With the combined expertise of the Rockwall Master Gardeners and the library’s dedication to fostering a love for reading and learning, “Plant a Fairy Garden” is set to be a memorable event for all attendees.