Date(s) - Saturday, Jun 10, 2017
The event features three classes and lunch. The cost is $12 per class or all three classes and lunch for $35. You can register online.
10-11:15 a.m. – Intensive Perennials Review Class with Sally Cunningham
Soil preparation, border/island design, watering and division along with plant choices for shade and other tough locations. Cunningham is a Certified Nursery & Landscape Professional (CNLP), lecturer, author, garden writer and consultant. She is a former Cornell Cooperative Extension agent and Master Gardener leader.
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. – Great Grasses and their Flowering Friends with Sharon Webber
Webber specializes in natural, sustainable gardens. She is an adjunct instructor in the Horticulture Program at Niagara County Community College, a freelance landscape consultant, guest lecturer for many public and private organizations, and a New York State Certified Nursery and Landscape Professional. Her career in horticulture has spanned 30 years, beginning on Long Island and continuing in the Buffalo area where her company Earth Lines was established in 1993. She has worked in wholesale growing, landscape design/build, and education.
12:45-1:30 p.m. – Lunch by Mary Trifunovic of Lockwood’s
1:30-2:30 p.m. – Plants for a Spectacular Late Summer Garden with Sally Cunningham
Many gardens peak in June and July–rightfully so, when our region is famous for its garden walks and tours. But gardeners ask regularly: What can I fill in for a better looking garden in August and September? You may not know how many perennials and even shrubs provide masses of flowers in the second half of the season. The reason: these plants don’t look very exciting when you’re doing the most shopping (and attending garden classes) in June. Cunningham will show you in pictures and in their pots the beautiful late bloomers you will love long after the daylilies are done. The presentation includes tips for their best placements and uses.