ONLINE: Overused Foundation Plants & Native Alternatives – Event Details
July 10 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 amFree
Our Zoom Class size limit is 500.
If you change your mind, please cancel, as we have a high demand.
Many of the shrubs used in typical foundation plantings, such as euonymus, cherry laurel, and Asian azaleas have been overused in our local landscape. Others, such as privet, nandina, and burning bush are considered invasive in Northern Virginia. Learn how to broaden your plant choices from a palette of alternative native shrubs that can add beauty and diversity to your home garden while providing nectar, pollen, and fruit for local insects and birds.
Online class offered by Extension Master Gardeners.
Speaker: Elaine Mills, an experienced Extension Master Gardener and a creative force behind the resource Tried and True Native Plant Selections for the Mid-Atlantic. Elaine is a co-coordinator of the Glencarlyn Library Community Garden, a Virginia Cooperative Extension Demonstration Garden in Arlington, Virginia.
Please RSVP below.
- You will receive an immediate email confirmation. PLEASE CHECK YOUR EMAIL FOR REGISTRATION CONFIRMATION – make sure to check your SPAM folder. Do not register twice.
- You will receive an additional email with the Zoom link & password and any additional materials 24 hours prior to the class
- You will receive a reminder email with the Zoom link & password and any additional materials 1 hours prior to the class
Registration closes an hour before the event begins.
If you can’t join us for a live online presentation, video recordings of the sessions are posted to the Master Gardener Virtual Classroom within two weeks.
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