Evaluating and Implementing New Garden Strategies

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When is the last time you heard anyone say, “Is your garden done yet?” As a gardener, you know that response too well –‘never!’ This year, 2020, has been an especially difficult one for all of us, but I also lost my dear husband in the middle of the madness. My garden has been a solace, but big changes are coming! The upper garden will shrink by over half. Let me share with you some of the strategies I considered and those I am implementing, while I am forced to completely rethink how this area will respond to a new fence line with a possible house behind me. Maintenance, irrigation, plant durability, drought-tolerance, and creating privacy are all subjects on which I’ll touch. Presented by Vanessa Gardner Nagel FAPLD, NCIDQ Nationally-Certified Designer, Author, Lecturer.

This program is brought to you by our partner, NatureScaping of SW Washington and the Wildlife Botanical Gardens

To join this online program, you will need a computer, tablet or phone with a camera and microphone. The link to join the event will be emailed to registrants. A phone number will be included to allow you to use a phone as speaker/microphone, if necessary.


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