The N.C. Cooperative Extension-Bladen County Center has scheduled a woody ornamentals pruning class Feb. 21 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at 450 Smith Circle in Elizabethtown.
Topics will include:
• Choosing plant species best for your yard
• Characteristics of trees and shrubs and how they are used in the landscape
• Proper pruning techniques.
To register, call 910-862-4591 or email email@example.com by Feb. 17.
Woody ornamentals are long-lived perennials with stems and branches that increase in girth and height each growing season. Unlike herbaceous plants that die back to the ground in winter, woody ornamentals remain above ground year-round.
Some examples of woody ornamentals are oak, maple, dogwood and birch trees, rose bushes, shrubs, rhododendron, hibiscus, wisteria, and vines.