Bayou Gardens Open House will celebrate historic gardens and share tips on gardening to help pollinators and wildlife
Enjoy free tours, nature activities, workshops, guest speakers, and more at the Bayou Gardens Open House!
Saturday, February 25, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Southeast Louisiana National Wildlife Refuges’ Bayou Lacombe Center, at 61389 Highway 434, Lacombe, LA 70445.
Join garden experts, park rangers, and volunteer guides to explore Bayou Lacombe Center’s historic gardens and enjoy the camellias.
Tammany Baumgarten of the Native Plant Initiative of New Orleans will bring her native plant and horticultural know-how and share a free gardening workshop. Bring your gardening or landscaping questions to the St. Tammany Parish LSU/Ag Agent and Master Gardener volunteers. Or join beekeeper and Master Gardener Jim Bates for a talk “How to Be Bee and Pollinator Friendly in Your Garden and Yard.”
This event is hosted in collaboration with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Friends of Louisiana Wildlife Refuges Inc., the LSU Ag Center office of St. Tammany Parish, and the St. Tammany Master Gardeners.