Pruning is an essential skill for all gardeners. Pruning correctly and making it appear as though you had no pruned at allis a true art form. Participants will learn when and
Pruning is an essential skill for all gardeners. Pruning correctly and making it appear as though you had no pruned at allis a true art form.
Participants will learn when and where to prune, the proper use of tools, and how correct pruning can enhance the growth and blooming of your plants.
Lee will discuss and demonstrate how plants respond to different types of pruning cuts. This guided presentation will further your knowledge of all aspects of pruning!
Lee Reich, PhD, is an avid farmdener (more than a gardener, less than a farmer) with graduate degrees in soil science and horticulture. After working in plant and soil research with the USDA and Cornell University, he shifted gears and turned to writing, lecturing, and consulting. His books include A Northeast Gardener’s Year, The Pruning Book, Weedless Gardening, Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, Landscaping With Fruit, Grow Fruit Naturally, and Growing Figs in Cold Climates. He writes regularly for a number of gardening magazines and his syndicated gardening column for Associated Press appeared biweekly from coast to coast.His farmden has been featured in such publications as the New York Times and Martha Stewart Living, has won awards from National Gardening and Organic Gardening magazines, and has been included in “Open Days” tours of the Garden Conservancy.
HHG Members $25 | Non Members $35
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Hollister House Garden
300 Nettleton Hollow Road, Washington CT, 06793
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