Tours are also held the third Thursday in the evening in April, May and June. Registration in advance is required for this tour. If no one signs up, the tour will not be held.
June 24, 10 AM – Gardening for Pollinators. Speaker – Master Gardener Marc Radell. The pollinator population is in trouble! Find out what you can to do attract native insect pollinators, which also provide natural pest control and other beneficial services. Learn how to select plants for pollinators, what plants will work where, and how to provide nectar and habitat for these important insects.
For more information and to register for June 24th event – click here
Learn about the many native edible plants, as EOTW Horticulturist Liz Stauffer presents her popular talk. From the well known such as blueberries and paw-paws to the surprising such as staghorn sumac, Liz’s presentation always engages the audience with fun, facts and flavor.
Please sign up early, space for this popular talk is limited to 25 people.
For more information and to register for Native Edibles– click here
July date TBD- Landscaper’s Day – a day to introduce landscapers to native plants and to Edge of the Woods.
- 10 AM & 1 PM Presentation
- 11 AM & 2 PM Tour of Nursery
For more information, please call Edge of the Woods Account Representative Adam Roberts – 610-297-5374
August 5, 10 AM – Native Plant Maintenance for the Homeowner. Speaker – Edge of the Woods Horticulturist Sue Tantsits. Sue Tantsits, EOTW owner and Horticulturist, will address how to manage your landscape as a system that plays a role in the ecosystem and provides visual appeal. Starting with plant selection and following your plants through the season, she will help you understand how native plants fit into a managed landscape. (Click Here For More Info and To Register)
So now you know that native plants are generally better for the ecosystem and can even help reduce garden maintenance and expenses – but which ones will work in your garden? This class will review native plants suitable for any garden: from sun to shade, wet to dry, trees to groundcover – even containers!
This talk is presented by Marc Radell, always a favorite presenter at Edge of the Woods.
For more information and to register for August 19th event – click here
September 9, 10 AM – Bees and Native Plants. Speaker – Steve Finke, Lehigh Valley Bee-keepers (registration link coming soon)