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Garden Expo Saturday Seminars and Demonstrations
Saturday, February 8, 2020
9:15 Colorful Combinations for the Shade Garden*
Gene Bush,
Mendota 1-2
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Session Description
This presentation covers great garden companions and their behavior over the full gardening season. Subtle, and not so subtle, combinations bring out the best in each other and prove that there is no shortage of color in shade gardens
Organic Maintenance: A Step in the Right Direction*
Becky Kielstrup, Avant Gardening & Landscaping
Mendota 5
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Session Description
Learn organic maintenance strategies and practices the homeowner can implement in their own yard and garden. Simple and proven techniques.
Straw Bale Gardening
Joel Karsten, Straw Bale Gardens
Mendota 8
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

Also scheduled: Fri. 5:15 PM and Sun. 2:15 PM
Session Description
Learn the basics of setting up a straw bale garden for growing vegetables, herbs or flowers in our northern climate. Joel will discuss why and how it works, while diving into the biology that makes the concept work so well. Hear some of the mistakes new straw bale gardeners often make and how they can easily be avoided. If traditional gardening is getting too physical for you, learn this method and you will be gardening much later in life. Learn how straw bale gardening is providing a simple, sustainable and practical solution for world hunger.
Plants for Your Pad*
Ashley Barkow, Green Bay Botanical Garden
Waubesa/Kegonsa
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Session Description
Learn about popular and uncommon interior plants that suit all styles of homes. Whether you have two windows or 20, there is an interior plant for you!
9:30 Attracting Eastern Bluebirds and Other Cavity Nesters
Steve Sample, Bluebird Restoration Association of Wisconsin
Mendota 3
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Session Description
This seminar will cover what you need to know to attract bluebirds to your yard or parks. Learn nest box requirements, proper placement, preferred habitat, predator guards and methods that will help you attract bluebirds or other cavity nesters.
Garden Talk with WPR's Larry Meiller
Larry Meiller, Wisconsin Public Radio
Mendota 4
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Session Description
Here's your chance to get all your gardening questions answered! Join Wisconsin Public Radio's "Garden Talk" host Larry Meiller and horticulture experts Lisa Johnson and Brian Hudelson as they talk about the coming planting season and take questions about your garden. Lots of fun—and some great prize drawings to boot!
Gardening as We Age*
Mark Dwyer, Landscape Prescriptions by MD
Mendota 6-7
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Session Description
There is no reason we shouldn't enjoy the process and rewards of gardening as we get older. While some gardening tasks may become more challenging as we age, tools, techniques and opportunities can provide a fulfilling gardening experience throughout life.
Growing Food in Urban Areas*
Steve Ventura and Paul Huber, School for Urban Agriculture
Monona/Wingra
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Session Description
Discover challenges and solutions in operating small farms and large-scale gardens in urban environments. Topics will include project management, land suitability evaluation, securing land, site preparation, and incorporating supportive infrastructure elements.
10:30 Home Composting Master Class: Everything You Need to Know to Make Great Compost*
Joe Lamp'l, "Growing a Greener World"
Mendota 1-2
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Session Description
Of all the ingredients you can add to the soil to make it better, compost is the best. No store-bought or man-made product can do as much as the compost you make at home to produce great results in your garden. In this expanded presentation, Joe Lamp'l debunks the myths and demystifies the process to give you simple steps so anyone can make great compost.
Gardening for Life*
Marilynn Cech, Lifelong Gardening Project
Mendota 5
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Session Description
The Lifelong Gardening Project's mission is to educate the public on principles and methods that enable gardeners to enjoy gardening throughout their lifetime. Learn how to modify your garden through accessibility and plant selection. Also, learn techniques and tools to modify gardeners themselves.
Wisconsin Food Traditions*
Kelly Saran, Wisconsin Life
PBS Wisconsin
Mendota 8
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Session Description
Learn about the work behind the Wisconsin Food Traditions portion of Wisconsin Life with series producer, Kelly Saran, .
Meet the Wild and Medicinal Plants of the Midwest*
Linda Conroy, Moonwise Herbs
Waubesa/Kegonsa
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Session Description
The Midwest has some of the most unique ecosystems in the world. In this presentation attendees will meet some of the wild plants of the Midwest and the place they call home. From prairies to oak savannahs, there are unique plants that inhabit different terrains. This vitual plant walk will offer a unique view of the plants and their environments. Gardeners and foragers alike will appreciate this overview of the habitats that plants prefer. Harvest tips will be interspersed throughout.
10:45 Re/Birthing a Community Garden*
Venice Williams, Alice's Garden
Mendota 3
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Session Description
Community gardens offer people and the community many benefits. They provide opportunities for both recreational gardening and food production, in underutilized spaces. Community gardens are also great for the environment. Food grown locally reduces greenhouse gases produced by long distance transportation of food. Gardens also contribute to biodiversity of species and help to support populations of pollinators. Come learn some important steps in re/creating a community.
Design Inspiration for a Creative Vegetable Garden*
Megan Cain, The Creative Vegetable Gardener
Mendota 4
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Session Description
Tap into your creative spirit by adding simple and fun elements to showcase your garden's beauty. This interactive seminar will share fresh ideas to elevate an ordinary garden to an extraordinary one with plenty of photos to get the creative juices flowing. Learn how to design a garden that inspires joy, tips for adding artistic touches and favorite colorful and unique varieties to grow.
Invasive Jumping Worms: Impact and Control of a New Garden Pest*
Brad Herrick, UW-Madison Arboretum
Mendota 6-7
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Session Description
Non-native invasive jumping worms were first confirmed in Wisconsin in 2013. They can potentially have negative impacts on soil and plant health. This talk will provide a background on jumping worm biology and ecology and introduce potential control options.
The Joy of Daylilies*
Amanda Christensen, Gardens of Ataraxia
Monona/Wingra
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Session Description
This presentation will cover the main plant parts as it pertains to making design decisions in the garden as well as flower form, color, bloom and growth habit. Growing conditions and care in order to maximize flower potential will be addressed. Participants will leave with inspirational ideas on how to incorporate the joy of daylilies into their gardens.
11:45 Perennials to Know and Grow!*
Mark Dwyer, Landscape Prescriptions by MD
Mendota 1-2
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Session Description
With so many perennials out on the market, both new and old, it's tough to distinguish the best of what is out there for our gardens. We'll explore some of the best perennials for every garden situation based on personal experience and observation.
Sacred Smoke — Plant Smoke for Cleansing, Healing and Ritual*
Jean Schneider, Nativa Medica
Mendota 5
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Session Description
Learn about uses of plant smoke in the old Northern traditions of the Norse, Scandanavian and Icelandic peoples.
What's in a Name? What Plant Names Tell Us*
Zannah Crowe, Johnson's Gardens
Mendota 8
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Session Description
Simply knowing a plant's botanical name can provide you with a tremendous amount of information about the plant. What color and size are its flowers? Does it like wet soil? Where is it native? Does it have medicinal users? What size, shape and texture are its leaves? The answers to all these questions can be found right there in the two little words that make up its botanical name. Join horticulturist Zannah Crowe of Johnson's Gardens for an overview of botanical nomenclature and how to interpret its meaning.
Get Growing With Microgreens*
Victor Zaderej, Happy Leaf LED
Waubesa/Kegonsa
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Session Description
Get the scoop on this super food and how to grow them with ease at home.
12:00 My Life With Cranes and Dahlias*
Dr. George Archibald, International Crane Foundation
Mendota 3
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Session Description
Join George Archibald, co-founder of the International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, about his life and work, including ongoing conservation efforts and problem-solving with global issues.
Flowers from Spring Through Frost with Melinda Myers*
Melinda Myers, sponsored by American Transmission Company,
Mendota 4
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Also scheduled: Sun. 12:45 PM
Session Description
You don't need a huge yard to enjoy flowers from early spring through the end of fall. Just pick a few key flowers that peak at different times, design for maximum impact and enjoy the many benefits including the birds, butterflies and bees they attract. Be sure to incorporate perennials, including some natives, with multiple seasons of interest even in fall and winter.
Road Trippin': Wisconsin's Public Gardens*
Mark A. Konlock, Green Bay Botanical Garden
Mendota 6-7
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Session Description
Take a break from the winter whiteness and join Mark on a tour of public gardens throughout the state of Wisconsin. See the colors, textures, and ideas from last season. Get inspired to make your own garden amazing this year; and make your own plans to visit these garden throughout the summer!
Look Beyond Maples*
Vijai Pandian, UW Madison Extension
Monona/Wingra
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Session Description
The need for healthy urban forests is more vital than ever before. With the decline of ash trees and overwhelming maples, Wisconsin urban forest lacks in its species diversity. This presentation will highlight some cool trees that are hardy to Wisconsin and adds vibrant colors and textures to your landscape.
1:00 Growing a Greener World a Behind-the-Scenes Look at Most Popular Stories From the Past 10 Seasons*
Joe Lamp'l, "Growing a Greener World"
Mendota 1-2
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Session Description
Joe draws on his extensive travel across America to produce and host his Emmy award-winning national public television series Growing a Greener World. With over 100 episodes of stories, through beautiful high definition video and award-winning photography, you'll meet fascinating people, see some of the most interesting places and discover organizations doing great things for the planet, It's all tied together with an emphasis on gardening and a common thread that will empower each of us to advance the cause of these gardening heroes in our own communities.
Garden for Your Life: Gardening With Cancer*
Erika Jensen,
Mendota 5
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Session Description
Gardening after a cancer diagnosis can become a source of inspiration as well as better nutrition and exercise. Learn how to grow a food garden that will promote holistic healing.
Hardy Sedums for Your Garden, The Best Ornamental Grasses for the Midwest*
Brent Horvath, Intrinsic Perennail Gardens Inc.
Mendota 8
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Session Description
From the author of The Plant Lover's Guide to Sedums learn about the best ornamental grasses for your home landscape.
How to Talk My Spouse Into Getting Chickens*
Twain Lockhart, Nutrena
Waubesa/Kegonsa
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Session Description
In this presentation, Lockhart will discuss several reasons to get backyard chickens.
1:15 Japanese Beetles 101: An In-Depth Look at a Top Yard and Garden Pest*
PJ Liesch, UW Madison Extension
Mendota 3
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Session Description
In this seminar, we'll take an in-depth look at Japanese beetles: a major yard and garden pests. The history of this pest, in the United States, its biology and life cycle, and management approaches to help protect plants in your own yard will be discussed.
The Facts of Light: House Plants for Every Spot*
Lisa Eldred Steinkopf, The Houseplant Guru
Mendota 4
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Session Description
There is a plant for every spot in your home. Learn about plants for different light levels and trouble spots in your home.
How Trees Built the Midwest
Jay Dampier, UW Madison, Division of Extension
Mendota 6-7
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Session Description
Learn stories behind five beloved trees that have shaped our region. Did you know that the popular Honeycrisp apples almost didn't happen? What’s the possible link between Dutch elm disease and emerald ash borer issues in urban settings? Other trees include pines, sugar maple and white birch.
Sandhill Cranes in Your Backyard: How to Live With Wildlife*
Anne Lacy, International Crane Foundation
Monona/Wingra
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Session Description
Explore the ecology of the sandhill cranes in your backyard. With increasing human development and a burgeoning crane population, interactions, often negative, are inevitable. However, there are safe and effective methods to share your landscape with cranes.
2:15 The Land Still Lives: Restoration of an Old Farm*
Jerry Apps,
Mendota 1-2
2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

Also scheduled: Sun. 1:00 PM
Session Description
Drawing on his books, The Land Still Lives, Old Farm: A History and Roshara Journal, Jerry will show how he and his family have restored an old, abandoned farm. Over the past 50 years, projects at the farm have included an annual vegetable garden, tree planting, and other forestry work, prairie restoration, habitat development for Karner Blue and Monarch butterflies and more.
Knowledge to Accomplish Success for Purple Martins*
Dick Nikolai, Wisconsin Purple Martin Association
Mendota 5
2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
Session Description
Learn insights about purple martins, their ecology, status, housing and how to cope with success and failure.
Grass to Garden*
Rita Thomas
Representing the Wisconsin Hardy Plant Society,
Mendota 8
2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
Session Description
Rita has tracked the design and structure of her garden's development since 1985 — from trees to shrubs to native and unusual perennials and landscaping. Join Rita for a unique view of the amazing transformation from grass to garden.
Where Does Food Really Come From: Gardening with School Children*
Shirley J. Martin, Outagamie Co. Master Gardening Program
Waubesa/Kegonsa
2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
Session Description
In this seminar you will learn the basics of building gardening experience including planning, planting, maintaining and harvesting.
2:30 Birds, Bees and Bouquets*
Mariette Nowak,
Mendota 3
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Session Description
Learn about native plants that support birds, bees and butterflies, but also provide beautiful and fragrant cut flowers. Mariette Nowak will discuss the best native plants to grow for cut flowers and foliage, as well as for wildlife. Examples of floral arrangements will be shown for inspiration as well as tips on care and tools to use.
Current and Future Climate Change Impacts on Gardeners and Landscapers*
Bob Lindmeier, , Chief Meterologist,WKOW 27,
representing Citizens' Climate Lobby
Mendota 4
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Session Description
Human induced climate change is having significant impacts on our local climate. How is our changing climate impacting gardening and landscaping? What solutions are there to help mitigate future changes?
Native American Foodways*
Laura Manthe and Lea Zeise, Ohe*láku
Mendota 6-7
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Also scheduled: Sun. 10:15 AM
Session Description
Most of our produce has its roots in food cultivated by Native Americans. As the continent's first farmers, Native peoples developed advanced agricultural systems for self-sufficiency and trade. Learn about these foods and world views.
Plant Diseases in History*
Brian Hudelson, UW-Madison Plant Disease Diagnostics Clinic
Monona/Wingra
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Session Description
Learn about how plant diseases have impacted human history and how plant diseases continue to be important in our daily lives and in pop culture.
3:30 Green is a Color, Too: Design*
Josh Steger, Allen Centennial Garden
Mendota 1-2
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Session Description
What draws you to a garden? Most of us instantly think of colorful, vibrant specimens on display while overlooking important design elements. What if we put "green" first in our garden design and embraced texture, form, and contrast to drive interest? This seminar will explore design ideas to add new dimension to your garden.
Demystifying Orchids: A Beginner's Course*
Terry Hodge, Olbrich Botanical Gardens
Mendota 5
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Also scheduled: Fri. 4:00 PM
Session Description
Often considered difficult plants, orchids can frustrate and even intimidate many home growers. Fear not, with just a little information success can be yours! Learn some tips and tricks to make your orchids thrive at home!
Building a Butterfly Sanctuary*
Ryan Hammes, Green Bay Botanical Garden
Mendota 8
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Session Description
Colorful plants and nectar sources are a start, but a butterfly sanctuary requires much more! Bring the full life cycle to your garden, from tiny eggs to striking adults all season long. Learn how most plants and even shelter can be easily integrated into your landscape.
Bee-utiful Design
Katey Pratt, Olbrich Botanical Gardens
Waubesa/Kegonsa
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Session Description
What does your garden look like from a bee's perspective? In this presentation, you will learn basic bee garden design and understand how bees see flowers. Katey will discuss interesting facts about a few particular bee species, including Bombus affinis aka the endangered Rusty Patched Bumble Bee. Learn about Olbrich Botanical Gardens and our environmentally friendly practices that make the gardens a haven for bees.This lecture will leave you buzzing with excitement!
3:45 Gardening for Hummingbirds
Michael and Kathi Rock, The Hummingbird Society
Mendota 3
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM
Session Description
Learn how to create a sanctuary for the ruby-throated hummingbird in your own backyard. Through the use of perennial and annual plants, shrubs, trees and hummingbird feeders, you can discover the magic and excitement of hummingbirds!
Growing Backyard Blueberries in Trench and Containers*
Vijai Pandian, UW Madison Extension
Mendota 4
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM
Session Description
Rich in antioxidants, blueberries are one of the most popular small fruit crops in Wisconsin. Yet, blueberries are difficult to grow in most Wisconsin regions as they need acidic soil to thrive. Vijai will discuss in detail on how to prepare soilless acidic media to grow blueberries successfully in home gardens.
Growing Tomatoes in Wisconsin
Lisa Johnson, Extension Dane County
Mendota 6-7
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM
Session Description
Tomatoes are among the most popular vegetables grown in Wisconsin gardens, but they can also be one of the most challenging due to their susceptibility to diseases. This presentation covers a number of topics to help you have a more plentiful harvest. Topics include choosing varieties, growing tomatoes from seed, proper watering and fertilizing, trellising, mulching, disease prevention and control, harvesting and storage.
Small-Batch Maple Syrup from Your Own Trees
Dan Tyler,
Monona/Wingra
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM
Session Description
One maple tree is all you need to make delicious, sweet syrup at home! Come hear about the most basic"ingredients" and learn how you can give it a try.
4:45 Companion Planting: Myth, Magic or Science*
Susan Obry, Master Gardener
Mendota 1-2
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM
Session Description
Learn which plants enhance the growth and flavor of surrounding plants and which plants can be incompatible.
The Cultivation of Phytocannabinoid Rich (PCR) Hemp*
Zach Steeno, CBD Farmacy
Mendota 5
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM
Session Description
Zach will explain the differences in types of hemp and their origins. Growing techniques and schedule for cultivating high quality cannabinoid oil hemp will also be discussed.
Edible Landscaping: Planning to Planting to Harvest*
Lisa Hilgenberg, Chicago Botanic Garden
Mendota 8
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM
Session Description
Learn fresh ideas about design and planting for ornamental and productive fruit and vegetable gardens. Discover an artful approach to edible landscaping for home gardeners.
Impact of the Master Gardener Program
Mike Maddox and Amy Freidig, UW-Madison
Waubesa/Kegonsa
4:45 PM - 5:45 PM
Session Description
Master Gardener Program statewide staff will provide an overview of the program and how volutneers use gardening to make a difference in the places we live, work and play.
Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.
9:30 Beekeeping 101*
David Meuer, Meuer Farm LLC
Demo Stage A
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM

Also scheduled: Sun. 11:30 AM
Session Description
In this demonstration you will learn the simple basics of becoming a beekeeper. Learn what equipment is needed, where to locate a hive and basic beekeeping techniques for beginners.
Simple Soil-Less Gardening*
Joe Theisen,
Demo Stage B
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM
Session Description
Learn how to grow leafy greens year round with a simple form of soiless gardening. All of the steps will be demonstrated.
10:30 Scandinavian Tartlets*
Inga Witscher, Around the Farm Table
Demo Stage A
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Session Description
Join Inga Witscher host of Around the Farm Table and learn how to make simple and delicious Scandinavian tartlets with a cranberry jam.
Perfecting Fruit Pies
Becky Gutzman,
Demo Stage B
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM
Session Description
Pie baker and Wisconsin fair judge Becky Gutzman will demonstrate all things pie! From making your own flaky crust to choosing the right thickener for fruits, Becky will share her tips for success, including how to know when the pie is done and freezing pies and fruit pie fillings.
11:30 Designing with Succulents*
Pam O'Neall, Red Shed Garden & Gifts
Demo Stage A
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Session Description
Discover how to find unique container choices, plant selection, support materials including soil, pea gravel, and mosses. Pam will also discuss overall design care for your succulents.
Medicinal Mushrooms: Growing and Using Them for Health*
Laura Kahles, Field and Forest Products
Demo Stage B
11:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Session Description
Mushrooms come in all sizes, shapes, and flavors! Some even hold the power to heal and can be easy to grow at home. Learn how to grow the most beneficial mushrooms and prepare teas, tinctures, and smoothies with your harvest.
12:30 Preserving the Harvest with Fermentation*
Laura Mathes,
Demo Stage A
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM

Also scheduled: Sun. 1:30 PM
Session Description
Attendees willl learn all about how to preserve the harvest from their gardens with fermentation. We will also explore the health beneftis of fermented foods and how to incorporate these foods into your diet.
Tracking the Nutrient Cycle in Your Garden*
Scott Johnson, Low Technology Institute
Demo Stage B
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM
Session Description
Composting is a popular way to recycle nutrients in the garden, but we have many things coming in and out of our growing space. In this demonstration, you'll learn how to create nutrient-cycle flow charts of your gardens. This helps identify places to improve the garden's circulatory system: for example, adding vermicompost, chickens, or other components will keep you from having to buy fertilizer.
1:30 Creating Beautiful Container Gardens for Sun and Shade*
Natalie Ortega, Natalie's Garden and Greenhouse
Demo Stage A
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM
Session Description
Natalie will demonstrate the basics of creating beautiful combination containers for sun or shade. She will discuss some new varieties introduced for 2020, and inspire you to tap into your creative side.
Plant-Based Gardening*
B.J. Miller
Demo Stage B
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM

Also scheduled: Fri. 5:30 PM
Session Description
Have a wide variety of fresh herbs at your fingertips in every season. You will learn a foolproof way to grow healthy and flavorful herbs that will thrive for months, even in winter, fresh and ready to use when you need them. Say good-bye to grocery store herb packs.
2:30 Container Growing: Unique Structures for Growing Vegetables*
Sarah Karlson and Bronte Adamson, School for Urban Agriculture
Demo Stage A
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Session Description
Participants will learn about the benefits of container gardening, see some examples, and watch a demonstration on building two types of container gardens - sub-irrigated planters and mason jar aquaponics. Sub-irrigated planters can be built with reused materials and are a style of container gardening that conserves water. Mason jar aquaponics is a miniature scale planting system built upon the beneficial interactions between fish and produce.
Plant-Based Gardening*
Kim Crooks, Crooks and Thieves
Demo Stage B
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM
Session Description
Harness the power of plants to help your plants flourish — and so much more! Discover some amazing ways to utilize essential oils to attract and repel insects, protect your precious fruit, even replenish your soil and your soul. Kim shares some of her favorite recipes for both the garden and the gardener.
3:30 Pruning Primer
Mike Maddox, UW-Extension
Demo Stage A
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM

Also scheduled: Sun. 10:30 AM
Session Description
A few simple hand tools and a little bit of knowledge are all you need to keep shrubs in good form.
Build a Self-Heating "April Greenhouse" for Under $100
Joel Karsten, Straw Bale Gardens
Demo Stage B
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM

Also scheduled: Fri. 2:30 PM and Sun. 10:30 AM
Session Description
Learn to build a 7 ft. x 9 ft. "April Greenhouse" to start 360 plants. You will walk away after this demo feeling confident enough to build your own amazing greenhouse with items you can purchase at your local store. See how this simple greenhouse will save every gardener hundreds on spring bedding plants, transplants and flowers. You'll also discover how it will add a beautiful architectural element to your garden during the summer growing season! Based on Straw Bale Gardening.
4:30 How to Care for Air Plants*
Michelle Glaser, Red Shed Garden & Gifts
Demo Stage A
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM

Also scheduled: Fri. 3:30 PM
Session Description
Make a Garden Bunting!*
Deb Shapiro, FairShare CSA Coalition
Demo Stage B
4:30 PM - 5:15 PM
Session Description
All the best garden parties are decorated with bunting.Turn your photos of garden flowers, fruits and vegetabels into attractive outdoor decor.
Seminar and demonstration topics and times are subject to change. For updated seminar/demonstration information go to wigardenexpo.com.

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