Posted by cherylu at Feb 1, 2017.
This year’s Saturday Gardening Series will be held on Saturday, March 4, and Saturday, March 11, from 9:15 AM to 3:30 PM (doors open at 8:45) at Presentation of Our Lord Orthodox Church, 3365 Ridgewood Road in Fairlawn, Ohio 44333.Ridgewood Road. Registration for the full two-day series is $60 per person; one day tickets are $37.50. Continental breakfast and lunch are included. (To register, click here.) To check about day of weather alerts, check this site.
Cheryl Chernega will present two topics March 4
Presenting on March 4th:
Carol Chernega, author of A Dream House: Exploring the Literary Homes of England and has been published in a variety of magazines including Pennsylvania Gardener and National Wildlife. She will present two topics: How to Design an English Garden and Pruning Shrubs.
Bill Zawiski, supervisor of the Water Quality Group, Ohio EPA Northeast District office. Topic: Lake Erie, Our Watery Friend to the North.
Lisa Pfeifer, Educational Program Manager, Agricultural Safety and Health Program at The Ohio State University. Topic: Gardening as We Age.
Presenting on March 11th-
John Niebel, Stark County Master Gardener Volunteer. Topic: Drip Irrigation for Your Home Made Easy.
Donniella Winchell, Executive Director, Ohio Wine Producers Association and chair of their Vintage Ohio wine festival. Topic: The Wines We Grow…How, Why, Where and What.
Ashley Kulhanek, Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Educator in Medina County. Topic: Using Phenology in the Landscape.
Eric Barrett, Assistant Professor and the OSU Extension Educator in Mahoning County. Topic: Gardening Myths and Legends.
Posted by cherylu at Nov 23, 2016.
Thank you for attending this year’s Design & Beyond!
Our presenters were:
Janet Macunovich, co-owner of Perennial Favorites, a garden and landscape design firm – “When Trashing the Landscape is a Good Thing” and “Rockit Science” (stone in the landscape)
Jacqueline Kowalski, MA, Extension Educator, OSU Extension – “Everything You Wanted to Know About Permaculture”
Kim Hawkins, Master Gardener – “The Art of Gardening: Learning from Monet’s Gardens and Art”
Carol Palansky, ISA Certified arborist, horticulturist and landscape designer –Design challenges; Problems & Solutions for Landscapes of Today “
Master Gardeners will earn 6 CEs for the symposium. No refunds after January 6. Questions??? Call 330-854-5409.
For those wishing to see “The Art of Gardening: Learning from Monet’s Gardens and Art powerpoint on their own computers, please click on the following link, courtesy of Master Gardeners of Cuyahoga County. Prepared by Pat Mraz and Kim Hawkins.
monet art-garden talk SHORT VERSION
Carol Palansky also sent a copy of her presentation:
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Posted by cherylm at Mar 19, 2014.
Please join the Meet Me In The Garden committee for our free gardening programs at F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm, 1828 Smith Rd., Akron. Our programs are on Wednesdays and start at 7:00 pm.
Please join us for our winter programs in 2017.
photo C. Manson
This Is Not Your Grandpa’s Garden:
Better Ideas for a Modern Vegetable Garden.
Presented by Heather Stafinsky and Jan Becker,
Summit County Master Gardeners.
Pruning Techniques for Healthy Plant Growth.
Presented by Laura Esposito, Park Manager,
Nature Realm, Summit Metro Parks.
Native Orchids of the Great Lakes Region.
Presented by Thomas Sampliner, Orchid Enthusiast
Hope to see you there!
Posted by cherylm at Mar 4, 2014.
The Master Gardener Hotline is Open for the season in March!
The Summit County Master Gardener Hotline will start on Tuesday, March 7, 2017. The Hotline is every Tuesday, from 9:00 am until noon, through October.
Call 330-928-4769, option 3.
Posted by Geoff at Jan 30, 2014.
Just click on the button to be added to our email list. Then you will be sure to get information and invitations to our public programs and events, like Design & Beyond, the Saturday Gardening Series, and the Tour of Gardens.