Fallscaping: The Forgotten Season

09-14-17 7:00 pm - 09-14-17 9:00 pm
Pittsburgh Botanic Garden
799 Pinkerton Run Road, Oakdale, PA, United States

Fallscaping: The Forgotten Season

Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Davidson Events Center

Members: $20 lecture, $15 reception (optional)
Nonmembers: $25 lecture, $25 reception (optional)

Lecture 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Reception 5:30pm – 6:30pm

After a hot summer, weeding, planting, battling bugs and diseases, chasing invasive plants, moving plants somehow by fall we seem to just all back on the same old standbys-chrysanthemums, kales, andcabbages. There are so many choices of great plants to chose from our shining hour could be our fall garden. There are the exquisite colors in fall shrubs and trees, perennials that are colorful and unusual, even tender perennials and a few annuals that thrive in cooler temperatures. So don’t despair about what your autumn garden looks like. Come to this lecture to hear about the wonderful selections that will make the last season outstanding! Stephanie Cohen (Aka The Perennial Diva) is opinionate and doesn’t mince words.She promises you she will dish the dirt on her favorite selections!

Register online using the button below, or calling 412-444-4464.
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In case of severe weather, the workshop will be canceled and registrants refunded. For information on the status of the program, please call 412-444-4464.

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