Hamilton County Master Gardners has scheduled "Creating Nature in the 'Burbs" for 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Sept. 23, at the Hamilton Co. 4H Fairgrounds, Noblesville. Doors open at 8:15 a.m.

Presenters include:

• Anna Brook "Natives in the Suburban Landscape" This presentation will challenge gardeners to reevaluate their definition and expectation of a native landscape, especially in relation to a suburban setting.

• Bill McKnight "Gardening with Limitations" All Gardeners face limitations (e.g., space, time, money, habitat, ordinances, easements, physical ability, knowledge...). A discussion of these and other gardening related topics.

• Ben Cohen "Building a Sustainable Seed Community" Ben presents basic and intermediate seed saving techniques plus addressing community seed sharing - making it fun for the whole family.

• John Scott Foster "The Delicate Dance between Plant and Pollinator" An exploration of the relationship between pollinators and plants and how we can improve our gardening techniques for pollinator support. His alternate title for this presentation is "Wild Sex in the Garden".

For more information go to HCMGA.org