Spring Beauties: Native Wildflowers for the Woodland Garden

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Wednesday, April 6th, 2016
to (Eastern Time)
St Daniel's Church, 7010 Valley Park Dr, Clarkston, MI, 48346 Map

Presented by Cheryl M English, Certified Advanced Master Gardener

Tired of tulips? Find daffodils dull? How about trying out some of our very own Spring ephemerals! From Trout Lilies to Trillium, from the exotic to the familiar, explore some native alternatives for the Spring garden.

The public is welcome and encouraged to attend this free North Oakland Wild Ones event. Donations are always welcome to help bring future educational opportunities! A printable flyer is available for distribution here. Doors open at 7, and the presentation starts at 7:30.

Cheryl M. English is a certified Advanced Master Gardener living in Detroit, Michigan. Formally educated as an Art Historian, Cheryl has parlayed her varied training and experience into a career as a professional gardener, artist, writer and garden and art educator. Currently on the Wildflower Association of Michigan Board and the Detroit Garden Center Planning Committee, she is also President Emeritus of Master Gardeners of Greater Detroit and wrote for the group?s newsletter The City Seedling. She has also been active with the Editorial Board for the Detroit Garden Center?s Bulletin and volunteered with The Greening of Detroit. Cheryl penned the first article on native plants to appear in Michigan Gardener in May 2012 and now writes frequently for that publication on issues relating to native plants and on Clematis. Cheryl opens her garden to the public twice a year free of charge. She also offers private group garden tours and a clematis pruning workshop, as well as a variety of pottery workshops and other programs upon request. She can be reached at [email protected].

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