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QUALITY LANDSCAPE

At the intersection of personal landscape taste, the amount of maintenance you prefer, and the rights plants and place is your unique “sweet spot” for a quality landscape. Join us to discover how to create a unique garden just for you.  
Classes are $10.00 each or $35.00 for all four. Registration is limited. Call (989) 631-2677 to sign up!
Thursday, January 21 
6:30pm - 7:30PM
Whiting Forest
PERSONAL PREFERENCE

Some of the best landscape designs start on paper and finish completely different in the ground, but it is still important to plan ahead!  Figuring out what you want to do with your space and how it will be used is a great place to begin. Instructor: Horticulturist, Abbey Claerhout

Thursday, January 28
6:30pm - 7:30PM
Whiting Forest
PLACE

Every homeowner’s yard is made up of different features.  Soil type, light, moisture, and space all effect the quality of the landscape.  Learning how these elements effect the landscape will help determine the quality of a landscape. Instructor: Senior Horticulturist, Chuck Martin

Thursday, February 4
6:30pm - 7:30PM
Whiting Forest
PLANTS

In order to have the garden oasis of your dreams you need to know more than what plants attract your eye.   Your garden will be happy, healthy, and overflowing with flowers and foliage if you understand the cultural needs of different plants, the growth aspects of the plants you choose for your space, and what you expect your landscape to look like from season to season. Instructor: Associate Horticulturist, Audra Hynes

Thursday, February 11
6:30pm - 7:30PM
Whiting Forest
MAINTENANCE

Landscapes are in a constant state of change.  Proper maintenance of your landscape will ensure the homeowner continues to enjoy their landscape. Insect, diseases and cultural techniques are all components gardeners need to understand. Instructors: Senior Horticulturist, Chuck Martin and Entomologist, Elly Maxwell

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