A NEW Format For Garden Lectures!
I'm excited about introducing a new line-up of live, interactive webinars on high-impact, low-maintenance, sustainable flower gardening and landscaping.
All webinars come with detailed lecture notes and include door prizes for attendees.
Plus, there'll be plenty of opportunity to ask questions!
Master Gardeners, Certified Horticulturists and Landscape Architects will receive a form for continuing education unit/credit hour approval.
REPLAY AVAILABLE - You do not need to be present for these live webinars. All pre-registered participants will receive a link for the lecture following the presentation so you can watch and listen to it at your convenience and replay all or parts of it on demand.
The Perennially Yours Webinars are available for laptops, tablets or cell phones. It can be viewed with any operating system: Windows, Android or Mac.
Please note these webinars are for individual registration only, not for group presentations. Copyrighted and licensed material.
The Webinar registration fee is $7 to participate.
Coming Up Next ...
Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
Do you want to add drama, winter interest and colorful flowers to your gardens while reducing maintenance? Then include spectacular flowering shrubs, many of which feature dazzling foliage.
Emphasis will be on varieties that are drought-tolerant, require minimum fertilizer and are pollinator friendly. Many new plants will be showcased.
The presentation includes pruning requirements and design tips.
Past Webinars Now for Sale
All part webinars are available for purchase for just $9.
You'll receive a personalized link to the video allowing you to watch it online at any time, from any device, as many times as you want. Note that it cannot be downloaded.
Each video comes with a lecture handout (including all the plants featured in the video).
This Webinar, that received rave reviews, showcases superhero perennials that provide superb color through flowers and/or leaves month after month. And, these head-turners are low-maintenance and low input, meaning they don’t require excessive water, fertilizer or pampering. These ‘do-gooders’ not only get an “A” from us for their fabulous performance, but also thankful nods of approval from happy pollinators and other treasured wildlife. Plants range in hardiness from Zones 3 to 8. Originally presented on October 27, 2017.
Breathtaking gardens are our classroom for great take-away lessons that elevate landscapes from ordinary to spectacular! What better time than drab winter days to view stunning gardens and plan outstanding make-overs for your own landscape come next spring. The presentation embraces many elements of great design, including the use of focal points, plant material, garden rooms, repetition, color, texture, scale and much more. (Photo Chanticleer Gardens. Photo by Rob Cardillo. Copywrited)