Learn how to work with the natural rhythms of our native pollinators in you own landscape to create a rich and beautiful garden that nurtures important insects for every stage of life with horticulturalist Hattie White of Apis Garden Coaching.
Explore a diverse list of plants for every season that goes beyond the common ‘top ten’ plant lists and learn about an array of plants that nurture our pollinators for all stages of life and through every season.
Easy gardening tips will include how to manage your garden for pollinators from spring to fall and how to maximize all areas of the landscape for their protection. Includes detailed handout and plant lists. This is a workshop for all levels of gardeners, from beginners to professionals, and even the garden curious.
Gardening for Pollinators
Day: Tuesday May 12, 2020
Location: Room 513
Instructor: Hattie White - firstname.lastname@example.org
Hattie White is a Vermont Certified Horticulturist with a lifelong passion for plants of all kinds. She owns Apis Garden Coaching, which specializes in native plants, pollinators, ecological gardening practices, and natural planting design. She loves working with homeowners to create beautiful and functional landscapes. She spends her free time experimenting with new gardening and design practices on her property in Underhill, crafting with her family, and cooking good food.