The conference date is Saturday, March 15, 8-4 p.m. at the Wayne County Community College in Taylor.
Attendees can look forward to a low-cost, high-value day of learning, along with fun surprises and shopping. There is something for everyone—from the person who wants to try gardening for the first time, to the gardening professional who wants to learn the latest in garden trends. Returning this year is the Garden Marketplace, with products including fanciful garden art, stepping stones, birdhouses, teas, indoor plants, soaps, baskets, garden tools, and jewelry.
The speakers and topics include:
Dr. Laura Deeter, Associate Professor of Horticulture at The Ohio State University:
• Hortus Mortus: Plants You Gotta Have!
• Getting to “Know” Maintenance: Tips and Tricks to Make Perennials Work for You
Rebecca Titus, Farm Manager of Titus Farms:
• Vegetables of a Different Color.
Jack Barnwell, from Barnwell Landscape & Garden:
• Pedal Power: Creating the Signature Mackinac Island Look.
Registration is $35 until February 21 and $45 after. For more information, please click here.