Do you want to design an environment to attract, birds, butterflies, and beneficial insects such as pollinators? Learn how to plan, plant and maintain a landscape to support our wild friends.
Includes a tour of Bea Cole's mature gardens at their peak. Bea Cole is a UVM Extension Master Gardener and regular columnist in the Rutland Herald. Her column, "Gardening With Bea", is a Q & A style covering a wide variety of gardening topics.
Janet Macunovich is a Michigan-based designer and author with 35 years experience planning wildlife-friendly gardens in the Midwest and Northeast. She has been applauded as a practical, hands-on instructor with a good sense of humor. In 1985 Janet established Perennial Favorites, a garden and landscape design firm. Janet's formal education in gardening and design includes hundreds of hours of seminars and workshops at botanical gardens and educational institutions in several States.
his workshop includes a tour of the mature gardens of Bea Cole, UVM Extension Master Gardener and garden columnist.
Date: Saturday, July 28
Time: 1-4 pm
Location: East Barnard Grange Hall & Bea Cole's Gardens in Barnard To Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/designing-a-landscape-for-wildlife-garden-tour-tickets-46914079274
Fee: $35 which supports Windsor County MG education programs