For those who don't know, around 40,000 students come through the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum each year for educational programs.
[Image: Black eyed susans at LSEM]
[Image: La Iris bed at the LSEM]
The museum is an asset for Shreveport, Louisiana, and is becoming a wonderful community center. Members of the Northwest Louisiana Master Gardeners help plant and maintain the gardens surrounding the museum.
Regular workdays are the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month with work starting at 8:30 a.m.
Workers are always needed to help in the gardens. If anyone is interested in learning about native plants used by Native Americans, medicinal/herb gardens, organic, roses or colonial gardens. . . this is your place!
Folks at the museum love to share information, seeds, plants and knowledge and welcome anyone interested.
If you would like more information on this project, please contact the Master Gardeners at 698-0010.
Project Director: Jo Ann Woodard