PROGRAM: Presentation on the historical Barns Botanical Gardens, the Lavender Farm, Chateau Grand Traverse vineyards and winery, and a few sites you may not have been familiar with in Traverse City. A breathtaking insight!
PROGRAM: Paul Wingert has a life-long loyalty to the hobby of bromeliads and once served as President of Bromeliads Society. An award winner of the Sweepstakes Award at Chicago Bromeliad Conference, he has 70 registered plants. He will bring some plants for purchase. When Paul isn’t with his hobby, he is performing with his cello at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
SPEAKER: Paul Wingert
Photo Credit: Michigan Gardener Society
PROGRAM: Jan Bills, landscaper of her company called “Two Women and a Hoe,” will enlighten us on tips and tricks. She bases her presentation on her new book, “Late Bloomer.” Jan will speak on landscape, design, and yes, pitfalls! Books available for purchase.
SPEAKER: Jan Bills
Photo: Late Bloomer – Book Cover
PROGRAM: Debbie’s family owned nursery devotes itself to educating gardeners on the recommended plants for various stages of the life of a butterfly. Bring beautiful butterflies to the garden, and include the ideal butterfly habitat.
SPEAKER: Debbie Barson – Barson’s Nursery
PROGRAM: Shauna Hill is a Michigan State Master Gardener, and she will speak about herbs. Herbs have a long history in the everyday lives of people around the world. Discover the fascinating history of common herbs and how current science supports their use in our lives today.
SPEAKER: Shauna Hill, Taylor Conservatory