Spring Ephemerals Lecture: Our Native Woodland Wildflowers
March 9 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Native woodland wildflowers such as Bloodroot, Jeffersonia and Hepatica are the stars of the early spring garden. Learn about their habitats, ideal growing conditions and unique adaptations! Instructed by Joan Butler
Joan Butler has been an enthusiastic gardener and plant collector for over 35 years, and believes gardens should invite you to linger in the world outside your door. The gardens on her half-acre suburban property have been included on several garden tours and feature exciting plant combinations, dramatic horticultural specimens, and extensive collections of native plants, hosta and epimedium. Joan has a deep and fundamental interest in the natural world. She holds a BA in Geology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and a Certificate in Landscape Management from UMass Extension Green School. She is a Master Gardener, a horticulturist at Weston Nurseries, and is a past Chairman of the Massachusetts Landscape Design Council. She is a member of the Garden Consultants Council, the New England Hosta Society and is an accredited Flower Show Judge. Joan has presented programs at flower shows in Massachusetts and Connecticut, and at numerous garden clubs, horticultural societies and professional organizations.
Interested in a Massachusets Horticultural Society membership? Receive discounts on classes, free garden entry, and more
$13 for Mass Hort Members ¦ $20 for General Admission