Storing Tropical Plants in Temperate Climates: Decisions, Tips, and Techniques: In Person

Thursday, September 28, 10:30 am, In Person
Storing Tropical Plants in Temperate Climates: Decisions, Tips, and Techniques
with Marianne Willburn, Garden Writer

Used strategically, tropical and subtropical plants can create incredible energy and excitement in the temperate landscape; but many gardeners unfamiliar with the genre are hesitant to dabble, unsure of the work involved. Using unique storage categories from her book Tropical Plants and How to Love Them, Marianne Willburn will help audience members discern what they can easily store, which plants may take more effort, and where to draw the line, providing tips and techniques for successful storage in cold climates.

Marianne is an opinion columnist for the American Horticultural Society’s The American Gardener, and a contributing editor at GardenRant.com.https://mariannewillburn.com/

 

Time: Lecture Begins at 10:30 am (refreshments begin at 10 am for in-person attendees)

Presentation: Ladew Gardens, in the Barn Gallery

For questions: Contact Caroline Graf at 410-557-9570 x261 cgraf@ladewgardens.com

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$40.00/person
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