Add more color to your landscape all year long!
FOUR SEASONS OF COLOR:
The Year-Long Garden
Wednesday, May 31, 2023
Held in person at
About The Class
Adding carefree plants with special features like colorful winter bark, early spring blooms, bright summer flowers and berries to support bird habitat, and breathtaking fall foliage can turn your garden into a place of beauty in every season. In this class, you learn tips for growing annuals and perennials that thrive in Western Washington, as well as reliable foundation plantings like,hellebores, heucheras, and Japanese maples. We’ll also discuss all sorts of creative design ideas to help you make the most of a small yard, patio garden, or containers.
Email Registration Required
This Savvy Gardener class is being held in person at North City Water District in Shoreline. To reserve your spot, you must contact us in advance by phone or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
About Our Presenter:
Marianne Binetti has a degree in horticulture from WSU and is the author or co-author of a dozen gardening books written for Washington and Oregon. She has been a regular guest on HGTV, radio and gives gardening seminars as well as writes a syndicated garden column. Marianne and her husband Joe lead garden tours around the world (COVID-permitting) and she keeps control of her own weeds on her two acre garden near Enumclaw.