Natives, Invasives and Weeds Webinar
One of the most discussed and debated terms in the gardening world is native plants. Everyone likes the idea of them, but few know the definition of what is a native and what is a weed.
To help clear up the issue, I’m offering my latest webinar on Natives, Invasives and Weeds. Check out this webinar as a way to hear and see me speak on this topic without leaving the comfort of your own home!
Native plants are truly fabulous. They have co-evolved with other plants, insects, animals and species for thousands of years. They provide habitat, food and shelter for creatures and beauty and food for us. Some gardeners feel like that’s all we should grow. Others love their exotic species from around the world and want to grow them. So, what’s the right answer? I’ll explore this topic looking at it from different viewpoints and, of course, adding my opinion as well. But we won’t stop there. I’ll talk about controlling exotic weeds such as poison ivy and gout weed, that run rampant in yards and as well as weeding annual weeds and grasses out of the garden.
In this Natives, Invasives & Weeds Webinar I’ll talk about many aspects of native plants and exotic plants. Plus, I’ll talk about controlling annual, perennial and woody weeds.
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In this Webinar you’ll learn about:
- Common definitions of native and exotic plants and where I stand
- Selecting some good native flowers, shrubs and trees that can fill multiple roles in the landscape.
- When do you call a plant invasive?
- How to control annual weeds such as purslane
- How to control perennial weeds such as horsetail and gout weed
- How to control woody weeds such as buckthorn and poison ivy
- Organic and safe ways to control tough to kill weeds.
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 past Spring Gardening Webinar to review
Testimonials from the Spring Garden Webinar:
"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."