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RAIN GARDENS

  • Wednesday, April 1, 2020, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

SESSION 4 OF 2020 HOME GARDENING LECTURE SERIES - 2 LA HSW CREDIT HOURS WILL BE AWARDED

Ann Edmonds will show us how to transform an occasionally flooded space into a beautiful landscape.
Rain gardens, only a few inches deep, hold water for just a day or so.Plants in a rain garden slow the rate of stormwater runoff, help to reduce flooding, erosion and provide food and habitat for wildlife.This presentation will cover location, site preparation, appropriate plants and how to care for the rain garden.

Ann Edmonds is a CCE Master Gardener Volunteer who has also volunteered at NYBG in the Family Garden. Ann is a lifelong avid flower and vegetable gardener.She has extensively planted her own yard, a neighbor’s vegetable garden and a church flower garden.Ann volunteers at the CCE Vegetable Demonstration Garden at Hart’s Brook Park and Preserve in Hartsdale, NY.

Fee

$18 per lecture ($20 at door) or $90 for the entire 2020 Home Gardening Lecture Series

Learn More

https://s3.amazonaws.com/assets.cce.cornell.edu/attachments/40964/2020_Home_Gardening_Lecture_Series.pdf?1573140845

Contact

Patris Beamon
Program Support
pyb2@cornell.edu
914-285-3590

Location

First Congregational Church
210 Orchard Ridge Road
Chappaqua, NY 10514

Last updated November 12, 2019