Presented by: Joshua Darfler and Robin Rick
Location: Philadelphia Horticultural Society, Library/Town Hall
Gardening is not just for the warm months. While the ground is still frozen, and plants are aren’t growing, it’s time to do some plant palate preparation. With pre-planning, and creative thinking, you can achieve more with your garden. In this workshop we will discuss how to select plants and plan your garden for the maximum amount of interest and “wow factor” through the entire growing season…and beyond. After the talk, you'll get your grave assignment.
About Joshua: Joshua holds an M.S. in Public Horticulture from the Longwood Graduate Program at the University of Delaware, where he studied the phylogenetic relationships of ornamental camellia species housed at Longwood Gardens. He is the Biology Department Manager for the University of Pennsylvania where he oversees plant research facilities and the botanical garden.
About Robin: Robin is the Facilities and Landscape Manager of The Woodlands, and has been a Grave Gardener since its inaugural year.