Pollinator gardening is more than a trendy buzz phrase. It’s a vital component of sustainable environmental stewardship. Whether you’ve got a balcony garden or an entire acre, join the folks at Garden*Hood to learn how to attract and nourish the beneficial insects that play a key role in our neighborhood – and global – eco-systems.
During this session we’ll discuss:
- Pollinator turn ons and turn offs
- Safe pest/disease management
- Options for shade, sun, wet, dry, containers, and in-ground gardens
- Pollinator plants for all the seasons
Instructor: Linda Corbin, member of Garden*Hood’s nursery team. Linda has decades of experience employing sustainable, pollinator-friendly gardening techniques in her native Kentucky and, most recently, here in Atlanta.
Details: The class will be held outdoors here at the nursery. Please dress for the weather (sunscreen, hats, and sun glasses are strongly recommended), and feel free to bring snacks and beverages. In the event of dangerous or exceptionally inclement weather, the class will be rescheduled. We’ll call you the morning of the event to alert you of scheduling changes.
Cost: The cost of the class is $15 for the general public and $10 for members of Homestead Atlanta (please bring proof of membership - accessible on "For Members" page - on the day of the class).
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