Growing wild but probably garden escapes. Naturalized in parts of Europe and North America. It is not regarded as an aggressive species. It is found in the wild in widely scattered sites, usually in the vicinity of past or present human habitations
Earlier this evening, at the request of the Community Association, I gave a presentation to almost 100 residents on the subject of Gardening.
Obviously this is not a subject that can be covered in depth in 45 minutes so I aimed to share some thoughts and ideas that would help the audience to think about what sort of garden they would like to have and tips on how to get started.
I was asked to share my slides with some people who could not attend the presentation and for those who were present to be able to review some of the points I made. The slides have been converted to a PDF file and you can download it by clicking on this link. I understand that the CA recorded the presentation and later will have a link that includes my “voice over” comments.