WHERE WILL YOU FIND NANCY ON
Friday September 26th?
At 3 pm she be in the Discovery Center at the Durham Fair
Topic: Why We Should Grow Native Plants
Nancy will explain the important role native plants play in creating sustainable, healthy ecosystems. She will show and talk about many native plants that would make your fall garden much more beautiful.
Saturday, September 27th
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Wedding Gown’ – Double Delights series. The white flowers of ‘Wedding Gown’ fade to pink and green.
Hydrangeas: Demystified and Dried
9:30 – 10:30 am2014 was a tough year for many hydrangea plants. The severely cold winter caused some of them to lose their older blooming wood and flower buds. What’s a gardener to do? Nancy will talk about how to care for all the various types of hydrangea: Native oak leaf and hills of snow types, mopheads, lacecaps, tree hydrangeas, and everything in between. She will demonstrate pruning, training, feeding and winter protection. She will also discuss the best of the newest, modern varieties that are reliably hardy in a true zone 5 winter. Don’t miss this!
Hydrangea paniculata white flowers
Hydrangea Wreath Making Demonstration
11:00 – 12:00 pmWhen do you pick hydrangeas for drying? What is the best way to preserve them? Once Nancy has explained the basics, she will demonstrate creative ways to use these great dried flowers in wreaths and dried arrangements.
Saturday and Sunday at Natureworks
October 4th and 5th, 2014
5th Annual Bulbs for Breast Cancer Event
See the details in the pink block below.
Saturday, October 4, 2014 from 10 am – 4 pm
Another Octave Connecticut Women’s Chorus presents…
VERMICULTURE (or how a bin of worms can help you love your planet)
Location: Unitarian Society of New Haven
Click here for registration information and complete details.
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