Date(s) - Saturday, Sep 10, 2016
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The list of speakers is below. The talks are $10 each or all three talks for $25. You can register online.
There will also be a workshop for making a hydrangea wreath for $45. Space is limited. You can register online.
The festival will be a little different this year. It’s one day only. Instead of craft vendors, there will be music and different food vendors. While you’re at Lockwood’s, you can check out specials on plants.
Workshops at Lockwood’s Fall Festival
Carol Haj, daylily grower and hybridizer at Lasting Dreams Daylilies, will show you pictures of incredible daylilies to add color to your garden from late spring through fall—and they’re drought tolerant and trouble-free. Her talk will include tips on landscape uses and maintenance.
11:30 a.m. Hydrangeas for Every Garden
Joan Mariea of Garden Escapes will provide inspiration and answer questions about the most popular flowering shrub, hydrangeas. She will explain how to plant, place, prune and protect hydrangeas and how to get them to re-bloom.
2 p.m. (Demonstration) Floral Artistry with a Fall Flair
Floral design specialist David Clark will share professional techniques and design secrets for making beautiful autumn arrangements. He will demonstrate a centerpiece, straw bale decoration and door wreath. You may even win one!
1:30 p.m. Hydrangea Wreath Hands-on Workshop
Mary Trifunovic of Lockwood’s will help you make an exquisite, classic wreath from hydrangea blossoms that will last for months. (Guests may audit this workshop.) This workshop is limited to 24 people. You must make a reservation ahead of time. An additional class will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18.