Feb 20, 2013
As gardeners we're usually conditioned to want what's new, but what about old-fashioned plant varieties? Garden writer and historic landscape consultant Nicole Juday will discuss her research into heirloom plants, and the value that they can add to any landscape. Although often overlooked by modern gardeners, these tough, sustainable, gorgeous plants will perform beautifully with very little care. Learn about heirloom varieties of shrubs, perennials, annuals and bulbs that can add beauty and often great fragrance to your garden, and will expect very little in return! This Winter Lecture Series is provides inspiration and expert advice to make your home environment more attractive and your gardening experience more enjoyable. No experience necessary: just bring your enthusiasm for gardens and gardening. Also February 6, 13 and 27. Series sponsored by the Delaware Grounds Management Association. Event sponsored by Friends of Goodstay Gardens.
|Cost||$Members/$10 ($30 for series); Non-members/$15 ($45 for series)|
Delaware Center for Horticulture
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