Sensory Gardens Lecture
Time & Location
About The Event
Saturday, March 24th kicks off the first presentation in Whittemore Gardens' 2018 Lecture Series with "Sensory Gardens," an hour-long, beautiful pictorial and educational lecture focusing on the garden plants that give pleasure to our senses.
The lecture highlights the flowers, herbs and plants which create calming environments or stimulate activity and serve educational and therapeutic needs.
Discover easily grown plants with intriguing sounds, interesting textures, varied scents, engaging colors, and savory flavors, just in time to plan your own garden!
Presented by a Rutgers Master Gardener, the lecture will conclude with a short a question and answer period. Register Now
2018 Lecture Series
Maximum of 25 guests.
Please sign up soon to guarantee your spot
Please call (908)-439-1201 with any questions.
Please visit our site often for details of upcoming lectures, including "Making More Plants," covering starting your own seedlings, cloning cuttings, planting, pinching, transplanting, and hardening off, and "Annuals," a presentation teaching home gardeners how to imagine and create new landscapes every spring.
See you in The Gardens!
Rutgers Master Gardeners are volunteers who receive in-depth training in all aspects of gardening and horticulture by Rutgers Cooperative Extension (RCE) faculty and staff. For more information on the Master Gardener program in Hunterdon County, see: www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/mg.htm