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NDSU yard and garden open house slated for July 25

FARGO - The North Dakota State University Department of Plant Sciences will host a yard and garden open house to share information with the public regarding flowers, edibles, trees and lawns.The open house will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 2...

FARGO - The North Dakota State University Department of Plant Sciences will host a yard and garden open house to share information with the public regarding flowers, edibles, trees and lawns.

The open house will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 25, at the NDSU Horticulture Research and Demonstration Gardens by the corner of 12th Avenue North and 18th Street in Fargo, on the west end of campus. Free parking will be available.

There will be walking tours of the bedding plant display garden and the daylily garden, which is the country's largest public daylily collection.

New this year, Don the Bugman will share his insect collection. Other children's activities will include building bee houses and a chemistry demonstration. There will also be a campus tree walk and a tour of NDSU research plots highlighting research on raspberries, grapes, turf grass and vegetables. NDSU staff will teach sessions on lawn weeds, growing cut flowers and diagnosing spruce problems.

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