Mayhem, Murder & Must-Nots?: Top 10 Maintenance Mistakes Gardeners Should Avoid
Wednesday, May 23rd 2012, Noon-1:30pm
Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center; Medical Office Building 1; Community Education Room
We’ve all made gardening mistakes even when our intentions are for the best. Some slip-up’s are easily remedied, some take years and lots of money to put right and others result in a complete loss. Knowing how to garden correctly in the first place saves time, money, and keeps the garden healthy and looking good. Take a visual tour through some of the most frequently made mistakes in the garden. And, learn how to achieve your gardening goals without making these costly flubs in the first place. From pruning, to weeding to mulching and more discover how to make gardening easy on yourself – and even easier on the eyes!
Workshop Presenter -Robin Haglund, Founder and President of pioneering garden coaching firm Garden Mentors®, is viewed nationally as The Garden Mentor. She is an award-winning designer, an engaging speaker, a gardening television writer & producer, and she dedicates much of her own gardening time to educating & raising crops and plants to feed others in need. Her articles and lectures are peppered with colorful anecdotes derived from her childhood on the farm, her daily adventures with honeybees & puppies in the garden, and her every day garden coaching experiences working hand-in-hand with professional & aspiring novice gardeners in their gardens. Robin’s garden coaching, design insights, her tips for gardening with pets, and her experiences with urban beekeeping are featured in several media sources including Organic Gardening Magazine, The New York Times, Sunset Magazine, The Seattle Times, Dog Park Wisdom, PBS’s “Growing a Greener World” and HGTV’s “Landscaper’s Challenge”.?Follow Robin online at:?Website: www.gardenmentors.com?Blog: www.gardenhelp.org?Facebook: www.facebook.com/GardenMentors?Twitter: www.twitter.com/gardenmentor
Program includes classroom presentation, a light luncheon with local produce harvested from Tricycle Gardens and a brief tour of the Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center Healing Garden.
Please contact Cheryl Hall at Cheryl_Hall@bshsi.org or 804.764.7189 to reserve your space; seats will fill quickly.