ATHENS, Ga. -- The State Botanical Garden of Georgia is offering three free nighttime gardening seminars this summer.
The "Gardening at Night" events will include lessons on weeding, watering and harvesting heirloom vegetables, fruits and ornamental plants by the light of the rising moon. They also will include discussion on lunar planting and plant lore.
The two-hour seminars begin at 6 p.m. on June 26, July 24 and Aug. 21. Participants are asked to meet at the Heritage Garden Gazebo each of those evenings.
The state botanical garden is located in Athens. It's operated by the University of Georgia.