Free wildflower classes start in April

Posted 4/7/21

Did you know Peoria has its own pollinator garden?

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Free wildflower classes start in April


Did you know Peoria has its own pollinator garden?

Recently, the city of Peoria planted a new garden at Heritage Court in Pioneer Community Park.

Learn how to grow your own wildflower and pollinator gardens in the desert starting in April.

The city is hosting several free classes at Pioneer Community Park, located at 8755 N. 83rd Ave., on April 8, 10, 15 and 17 from 9-10 a.m.

The class is suitable for both adults and children five and older.

Class sizes are limited to 10 people.

To sign up, contact Peoria Park Ranger Della Killeen at