Gardening University

Bartlett City Beautiful presents - Bartlett Gardening University


  • This series of presentations are designed to provide information and inspiration for home gardeners whether they are experienced or beginners.
  • The series is open to the public, FREE, no registration required 
  • All presentations will be provided by Master Gardeners
  • These programs will be begin at 2:30 p.m. in the meeting room at the Bartlett Public Library located at 5884 Stage Rd. 

2019 Bartlett Gardening University

  •          January 19, 2019:  Master Gardener Tom Rieman “Container Gardening” When you don't have a lot of space, or need a spot of color on the patio or deck, growing in containers may be the answer. This PowerPoint presentation provides tips on choosing the right container and potting soil. Valuable information on watering and fertilizing to get the best results as well as designs for containers to achieve maximum impact. 
  •          January 26, 2019: Master Gardener Evelyn Ward  “Pollinators in the Garden”  Learn about the three main types of Pollinator: bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. Discover their economic value, what they eat, how they gather pollen and where they like to live so you can attract them to your garden.  
  •          February 2, 2019: Master Gardener Jim Volgas “Soil and Composting” Covers the questions; what is healthy soil, how do we obtain it and how does composting relate to soil building.


For more information contact Tom Rieman, Bartlett City Beautiful (901) 386-7539 or email thrieman@aol.com