June 8-10 is another great event weekend at our Davidsonville location - we love these! Join us for seminars, talks, workshops, food, fun, and a TON of perennials.
Now here's your illustrated guide.
Friday June 8 from 6 to 9 p.m.
Saturday, June 9
10am: Living the Wild Life
The folks from Predator’s Eye break down the roles that wildlife plays in the ecosystem and how it affects us.
11am-2pm: Predator’s Eye live bird display
11:30am: Gardening for Wildlife
Master Naturalist, Robyn Affron from Adkins Arboretum, explains how to turn your yard into a haven for wildlife.
12pm-2pm: Music by DC Mariachi
1:00pm: Botanical Weaving
Ann Neal guides us in weaving fresh plant material that will dry into a stunning wall hanging.
($30 – must pre-register).
Sunday, June 10
11am: Long-Blooming Perennials
Although most perennials will not bloom all summer long, there are some that bloom longer than others. Lisa Winters will show us some beautiful and hardworking perennials.
12pm-2pm: Music by Orlando Phillips
12:30pm: Creating Perennial Containers
Containers are not just for annuals. Let succulent perennials join the party! Leave with some fool-proof succulent container recipes.
2pm: Stephanie Cohen, the Perennial Diva, will be here to explore new and underused perennials.
For more information, call 410.798.5000