Program Postponed, check back for reschedule date
Saturday, March 14, 2020
9:00am Sign in
11010 Washington Street
Chagrin Falls, Oh 44023
(corner of Auburn Rd and East Washington)
with Judy Semroc, of The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, and Barb Holtz of Ohio Prairie Nursery
Includes lunch provided by The Design Network
Judy will provide two presentations:
A Dragonfly & Damselfly Primer: This will focus on natural history, importance, and basic identification information of dragonflies and damselfies. Strategies for attracting these beautiful creatures and planning gardenscapes accordingly will be presented.
Important Late Summer & Fall Plantings to Aid Pollinators & Migratory Species: With a great deal of focus being placed on pollinators and their importance in the human ecosystem, this program was created to aid with natural history information, feeding & habitat requirements and planting strategies to assist insects and other migratory species.
Lunch provided by The Design Network
Barb Holtz, of Ohio Prairie Nursery will present:
Nativize Your Property and Nativars vs. Native Plants
We will learn about the four "P"'s of seeding native forbs and grasses. Barb will share the best road to sowing success, maintenance, and why natives are a beautiful and sustainable addition to your landscape. We will have a discussion on "Nativars" (cultivars of native plants) regarding their effect on pollinators they serve. Please join us to learn about them!
Note: This event is included in The Design Network membership fee ($50.00/year). Guest fee is $30.00. Secure payment via PayPal; a small convenience fee is included. Or bring check to presentation payable to The Design Network.