Creating a Succession of Bloom in the Native Garden

If you want to attract and support pollinators, a succession of bloom is an absolute imperative in any landscape. From early spring through late fall, different species of pollinators look for different types of plants at different times of year. And, some plants are much more useful to pollinators than others. Is your garden ready?

Learn from Kim Eierman what you need to know to make your garden beautiful and ecologically-supportive throughout the growing season with great choices of natives. Kim is an Environmental Horticulturist specializing in ecological landscapes and native plants. She teaches at the New York Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and around the metropolitan region.

This program is eligible for 1.5 Rutgers Master Gardener CEU’s.

10:00a - 11:30a
loc: 
Haggerty Center
categories: 
Lecture
sponsor: 
FOFA
fees: 
$20 members / $25 non-members
Status: 
Active
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Paypal
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All
Fee-memb: 
20.00
Fee-non-memb: 
25.00
date: 
Saturday, June 22, 2019