A New Computer-Based Format for Personal Gardening Education
I'm excited to introduce a new education option to complement my popular gardening lectures to live audiences. The new Webinars (online seminars) enable me to teach gardeners right on their personal computer devices the art of high-impact, low maintenance, sustainable flower gardening and landscaping. It is a very convenient and affordable option offered to individual registrants only. It is not available for groups, however, as it is not intended to replace, but to supplement, my lectures to live audiences.
Affordable! The Webinar registration fee is only $7.
Convenient! Learn anywhere, anytime. Replay available as many times as you like. You can view the narrated PowerPoint lecture whenever it suits your schedule.
Substantial Content! Each Webinar is about 75 minutes.
Detailed Lecture Notes! Available for printing to provide a permanent reference.
Question and Answers! Type questions during the live broadcast and receive answers via email within a week.
Technology Flexibility! Available on any computer device: desktop, laptop, tablets, smart phone (Webinar Computer Requirements and Video) with free diagnostic service provided.
Continuing Education Unit/Credit! Approval application provided for printing.
Privacy Assured! Personal information and email NEVER shared.
Coming Up Next ...
Kerry Ann Mendez presents Captivating Flowering Vines
Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
I've recently updated this popular lecture with new varieties, as well as some surprising design ideas. During the webinar, you'll discover gorgeous flowering vines - annual, woody and perennial - that carry the eye up, down and all around. I'll describe the different ways that vines climb, as well as the best supports to use so the vines don't take over your garden! I'll share some inspiring design ideas for screening eyesores, enhancing privacy, creating shade, and establishing low-maintenance groundcovers. This presentation will have you ‘thinking outside the box’!
Guest speaker Dr. Allan Armitage presents Of Naked Ladies and Forget-Me-Nots.
Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
Discover the fascinating tales behind how many plants got their unusual common names. This will be a fun and enlightening lecture, filled with colorful pictures and tips on how to grow many of these plants.
Dr. Allan Armitage is well known as a writer, speaker and researcher throughout the world. Born and raised in Canada, he lived in Quebec and Ontario, then in East Lansing, Michigan and Athens, Georgia. He has worked with landscape plants and greenhouse crops in the North and South, and travels from coast to coast and all parts in between sharing his passion for plants. His career has taken him all over the world, lecturing throughout United States and Canada, as well as many countries in Europe, South America, New Zealand and Australia. His knowledge has allowed him to write 13 books, countless academic papers and hundreds of articles for professionals and lay people alike. He has been honored for his achievements throughout he country - the respect from his colleagues is most impressive. Lastly, all plants and no play make Allan a dull boy - squash, tennis, reading, guitar and yes, even dancing, make Dr A anything but a dull boy.
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)
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! This video emphasizes varieties that are drought-tolerant, require minimum fertilizer and are pollinator friendly. It showcases many new plants and includes pruning requirements and design tips.