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Get practical advice and tips on how to plan your own special cottage garden!

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Saturday Seminar presents:

Cottage Gardening

Saturday July 24, 2021

10 to 11 a.m.

FREE Virtual Event

Presenter: : Judy Deutsch, Extension Master GardenerSM Volunteer

Program Description: Cottage gardens are small, floriferous gardens, popular for centuries. In 2019, Buncombe County Master Gardener volunteers added a cottage garden to The Learning Garden at the Extension office. The new cottage garden became an extension of the existing rose garden, and today contains dozens of plants as well as roses.This program will describe the characteristics of cottage gardens. It draws on our experiences and learnings with designing, planting, and maintaining this garden. You will receive some practical advice and tips on how to plan your own special cottage garden.

Registration: The talk is free and registration is required. If you encounter problems registering or if you have questions, call 828-255-5522.

Zoom seminar access: After registration, you will receive an email with instructions and a link to join this online live broadcast via Zoom. The ability to access Zoom through a computer, tablet, or smartphone with a reliable internet connection is necessary to attend.


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Asheville, NC 28806

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