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Cottage Gardening Webinar
About the Webinar
Cottage Gardening is an old garden design technique that has been modernized to suit today’s gardens. The idea is to plant flowers, herbs, shrubs, and trees all together to overflow with color and texture. It’s organized chaos! Although it may seem unplanned, there actually is a method to the madness.
In this Cottage Gardening Webinar I’ll talk about the elements of a cottage garden beyond just the plants, and talk about ways to incorporate cottage garden ideas into your own gardens.
If you’ve ever gone to England, you know Cottage Gardens. These flower gardens seem to overflow with beauty and color all summer. But you don’t have to be a professional gardener to grow such beauty!
Join me as I explain about growing Cottage Gardens in my Webinar. Webinars are a great way to see and hear me speak without leaving the comfort of your own home!
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You’ll learn about:
- The history of Cottage Gardens
- Elements, such as hedges, fences, arbors, benches and water features, that can be used in cottage gardening
- Examples of traditional and non traditional cottage garden flowers
- Using shrubs and trees in the cottage garden
- Creating garden rooms, focal points and color patterns in your cottage garden
This hour-long presentation will be followed with a ½ hour of questions and answers where I’ll be able to help you individually with your gardening situation.
Here’s a 3 minute Sample from my 2017 Spring Gardening Webinar to review:
Testimonials from Other Webinars:
"This was a great webinar! Thank you. I picked up a few good tips and you also helped to confirm a few things I've been doing right! Adding the garden story (humor), (or history, or experience) was an interesting addition to the webinar. "
"I really enjoyed this webinar and learned a lot! I thought it was well-organized, the delivery was great, and the time flew by - could have easily filled another hour."
Loved it! Great comprehensive coverage of topic. Excellent choice of visuals to highlight topic."