Garden Lectures Set for January, February

Greg Stevens

Just simply because it is really winter won’t imply you are not able to get started thinking about gardening period! Be sure to test out the Harry Allen Winter Lecture Sequence coming up at Eco-friendly Spring Gardens, 4603 Environmentally friendly Spring Street. This is all the data you will want:

When? Sundays in January and February | 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Price: $12 progress registration

Be part of good friends of Environmentally friendly Spring Gardens for this well-liked once-a-year collection of virtual and in-individual presentations by authors, backyard garden designers, experts and other yard fans on the slicing edge of horticulture.

Register online at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/parktakes or phone Eco-friendly Spring Gardens at 703-642-5173.

Digital Wintertime Lecture – ‘Backyard Pollinator Oasis’

Jan. 15

Join pollinator qualified Heather Andrews in this virtual dialogue on how to generate a sustainable organic and natural oasis that will invite in an army of excellent bugs to minimize pest pressure and improve your veggie and fruit generate. A Zoom hyperlink will be emailed prior to the method. Code H3T.564R

Winter season Lecture – ‘Making Environmentally friendly Spring Greener’

Jan. 22

Green Spring Gardens web page supervisor Judy Zatsick and horticulturist Adam Bucher talk about how the resources from the 2021 FROGS annual enchantment, “Making Green Spring Greener,” were being applied all around the site and will examine the enjoyable new updates to the yard coming in the tumble. This system will be held in individual. Code EWI.P4MR

Winter season Lecture – ‘Tropicals for Temperate Landscapes’

Jan. 29

Tropical and subtropical vegetation can make extraordinary strength and excitement in temperate landscapes and present robust style and design components through the hardest and hottest months of the expanding year. Using 5 unforgettable groups from her new ebook “Tropical Vegetation and How to Love Them,” Marianne Willburn will emphasis on incorporating some magnificent illustrations in containers and beds—many of which are remarkably simple to overwinter. This application will be held in person. E book signing soon after lecture. Code 8LN.YWHJ

Wintertime Lecture – ‘A Record of Hedges’

Feb. 5

Examine the interesting heritage of hedges, from rural hedgerows to classic backyard design and style features with Environmentally friendly Spring Historian Debbie Waugh. Think about their practical, ecological and ornamental worth and what they can convey to us about the men and women who planted them. See amazing hedges from close to the environment and listen to about Environmentally friendly Spring’s individual historic hedge. This plan will be held in person. Code RO5.FV0M

Virtual Winter season Lecture – ‘History of American Gardening’

Feb. 12

Be a part of celebrated landscape designer and winner of the 2021 Philadelphia Flower Demonstrate “Best in Show” Wambui Ippolito for a digital exploration of the historical past of American gardening as a result of the lens of the immigrants who helped cultivate methods and plant existence that are nonetheless employed right now. A Zoom url will be emailed prior to the plan. Code QXD.Z9Y3

Virtual Winter season Lecture – ‘Stressless Gardening’

Feb. 19

Sign up for landscape architect Preston Montague for a virtual dialogue on how to prevent frequent gardening practices that cause needless anxiety and reduce the ecosystem prospective of our landscapes. Master means to hold gardening healthy for us and the setting. A Zoom hyperlink will be emailed prior to the program. Code QIW.U0H2

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