Hydrangea - white pink

Date

Fri Jul 16 2021

Time

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Cost

$17 Members, $27 Non-Members
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Hydrangeas: Garden Design Series

How do you design a fabulous garden around a signature plant? That’s the question that Heritage’s Director of Horticulture, Les Lutz, will tackle in this second of three virtual webinars centered on garden design. Heritage is known for its amazing display of hydrangeas in July, and now you can learn how to achieve similar results at home!

In this webinar, Les will cover the basics of how to care for these woody ornamentals – including best practices for pruning, plant siting, watering, and fertilizing – before giving program participants the building blocks for designing their home garden around these lovely perennial shrubs.

Learn how color, texture, size, and shape influence the aesthetic appeal and health of the plants in your garden, along with which types of plants make the perfect companions for your hydrangeas. Armed with this information, you just might achieve a prize-worthy oasis in your own backyard!

The live webinar will include time for questions, as well as a PDF of the slides for your reference. All program registrants will receive a link to the video recording, available for 72 hours after the event. Advance registration is required.

Don’t miss the combination of inspiration and practical advice provided by this workshop – register today!

  • MEMBER: $17
  • NON-MEMBER: $27
  • MEMBER BENEFITS: Benefit Package Free Program Passes may be used for this program. Add your discount code during check-out, or contact the Development Department at 508-888-3300 x119 or x159 for assistance.

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Speaker

  • Les Lutz
    Les Lutz
    Director of Horticulture

    As Director of Horticulture and Facilities, Les is responsible for all things horticulture on our 100 acres, including garden design and improvement, as well as the world famous collection of Dexter rhododendrons. Les received his training at the acclaimed Longwood Gardens program. During his distinguished career, he held positions at prestigious institutions such as Longwood Gardens, the New York Botanical Garden and the Omaha Botanical Garden, and ran his own landscape design firm, before taking the directorship position at Heritage Museums & Gardens in 2012.

 

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Program fees fund Heritage’s mission to inspire people of all ages to explore, discover and learn together.

 

 
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