Saturday, March 19th & Saturday, March 26th
SATURDAY, MARCH 19th
How Not To Mess Up Your Landscape with George Weigel ~ Saturday, March 19th, 10am George Weigel will present this program that takes a fun look at some of the common foul-ups that your average person makes in the landscape. The point is to show the right way to care for the yard by looking at the wrong way. About half deals with design and half with maintenance. Includes handouts on “George’s Top 10 Gardening Foul-Ups” and “George’s Top 10 Tips for Better Gardens.” Pre-registration and payment required. Fee: $5.00
Let’s Get Ready For Spring! ~ Saturday, March 19th, 1-2:30pm Horticulturist and landscape designer, Michael Larkin will help you get your landscape ready for spring. Learn how to clean and sharpen your tools, when and how to properly fertilize your plants, how to successfully transplant and correctly plant your trees and shrubs, how to increase the size of your garden
by dividing your perennials and seasonal pruning tips to keep your plants blooming. Bring your questions. Pre-registration and payment are required. Fee: $5.00
“Grow It Right!” Perennial Mini-Seminars ~ Cutting Perennial Grasses ~ Saturday, March 19th Learn everything you need to know about cutting back perennial grasses. Informal presentations at 10am and 2pm in the
Perennial Courtyard. Free!
Children’s Garden Craft - Plant A Pizza Garden - children can plant a pizza garden to take along home. 10am-3pm. Free!
SATURDAY, MARCH 26th
Cutting Edge Plants To Try In Your 2011 Gardens with George Weigel ~ Saturday, March 26th, 10am Are you still planting the same old bug-prone, boring plants year after year? George will help you to get out of your rut and try some of the latest, greatest newcomers that are light years ahead of yesteryear’s plain-Jane shrubs and flowers. This program takes a look both at some of the best plants debuting in 2011 as well as some super recent introductions. Pre-registration and payment required. Fee: $5.00
“Grow It Right!” Perennial Mini-Seminars ~ Pruning Evergreens ~ Saturday, March 26th Learn everything you need to know about pruning evergreens. Informal
presentations at 10am and 2pm in the Perennial
Plant Your Own Pansy Strawberry Jar 10am-2pm Bring in your own jar or purchase one from us. Soil is free. Must purchase pansies at Ashcombe.
Children’s Garden Craft - Plant A Cat Garden - children can plant a cat garden to take along home. 10am-3pm. Free!