The August session will focus on recognizing symptoms of heat and water stress and dividing certain perennial plants. In September, Ringelheim will discuss planting daffodils and tulips in the fall for spring flowers and sowing vegetable seeds until mid-December for early spring harvest.
Ringelheim graduated from the Connecticut Master Gardener program in 2000, and became an advanced master gardener in 2003. She also has a certificate in field botany from the New York Botanical Gardens, according to a news release.
All programs at the library are free. For information and to register, call 203-255-7308 or visit www.fairfieldpubliclibray.org.