Coffee and Mother Earth: Growing Flowers for Bouquets, with Priscilla Husband

Admission

  • $20.00  -  Non Member
  • $15.00  -  Member

Summary

Friday, June 4
from 9-10am

Description


Bring a beverage and join master gardener Priscilla Husband in the Cultural Center’s sculpture garden (or Owl Hall, if the weather interferes) for a series of four individual conversations about the earth and how to help it bloom! First up: "Growing Flowers for Bouquets.”  Priscilla Husband will discusses cutting gardens and how to create a separate garden for flower bouquets, including a discussion about selecting bulbs, perennials, and annuals that work best for table arrangements. If you crave the beauty and fulfillment of gardening, you'll enjoy this feast of information and encouragement.


 



MATERIALS
Please bring a notebook and pen to take notes. 



 

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PRICILLA HUSBAND
My 35 years of landscape gardening on Cape Cod has revealed to me all the gardens that are possible. My local landscape gardening business has introduced me to all aspects of gardening. Installing and maintaining gardens throughout the years has been my teacher. Finding a balance between our desired gardens and successful gardens is the result. Every day I learn and share with my clients and friends. As a Master Gardener graduate from the Cape Cod Extension program I have access to regional information that applies to the Cape. My love of gardening and my enthusiasm motivates me to help others achieve their goals in the natural space we all love here on Cape Cod.

I was born on the Cape and balance my time between here in the growing season and a small island in Panama during the winter months. My family has lived on the Cape for over 60 years. My daughter grew up in Dennis and my parents are buried across the street in the South Dennis "Sea Captains" Cemetery. 

 

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