Attend this FREE Savvy Gardener online class and learn how to fill your garden with drought-tolerant plants that look stunning too!
About The Class
Fall is the best time to build a great foundation for your gardens and landscapes. Learn some easy and inexpensive things you can do this fall to improve your landscape and prepare for an awesome spring garden. We’ll cover everything from rock solid plants, sneaky tricks, and fun ideas that will add more color and excitement to your landscape while lowering your water bills.
Email Registration Required
Due to COVID-19 precautions, this Savvy Gardener class is being held online using the free Microsoft Teams* platform. To register, you must provide your name and email address to email@example.com so we can send you a link to join the class.
*About Microsoft Teams
Joining this free class on Microsoft Teams is easy. You will receive an email with the class link about a week before the class.
Using a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or phone, click the TEAMS MEETING link just before the class start time (we will open the class at 6:15 pm to allow for any last minute technical adjustments).
You will be able to see and hear the presenter and her slide show, and you can ask questions through the Q & A feature. Attendees will not be able to share audio or video.
About Our Presenter:
Marianne Binetti is a northwest horticultural expert and author who gives classes and seminars on a variety of gardening topics, writes a syndicated gardening column that runs in over a dozen newspapers each week including the The Tacoma News Tribune (Sundays) and The Daily Olympian (Saturdays), and has also written or co-written 10 gardening books, including “Easy Answers for Great Gardens,” and her latest book “Edible Gardening for Washington and Oregon.” She has appeared on HGTV, has hosted various radio and TV programs, and leads garden tours around the world with her husband Joe.