Learn how to put your garden to sleep for the winter with free online Savvy Gardener class

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Ladd Smith, professional horticulturist
Learn how to put your garden to sleep for the winter, so it’s ready to wake up strong and prepared for the spring!

FALL and WINTER CHORES THAT MAKE SPRING GARDENING EASIER: A FREE ONLINE CLASS
Thursday, September 22, 2022 from 6:30–8:00pm. 
Sponsored by North City Water District.
Held ONLINE via ZOOM*

About The Class

Our final Savvy Gardener class of the year will help you learn how you to become a more successful gardener. When you work in partnership with Mother Nature, your garden becomes more beautiful, with less effort and more enjoyment. Topics will include everything from healthy soils and good watering techniques, to Natural Yard Care.

Email Registration Required

This Savvy Gardener class is being held online using the free Zoom platform. To attend, you need a working email address, access to a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone, and you must register in advance. Simply provide your name and email address to community@northcitywater.org and we will send you a link to join the class a few days beforehand.

About Our Presenter:

In 1994, Ladd Smith co-founded In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes in Bothell with his business partner Mark Gile, based on their lifelong shared passion for protecting the environment. Ladd is a graduate from University of Nevada in Reno with a BS degree in Ornamental Horticulture. He has more than 25 years’ experience as a professional horticulturist, and is a sought after speaker on various organic landscaping topics.

Follow Ladd Smith / In Harmony:
Website | Blog | Facebook

*Information about using Zoom here


1 comments:

C Gruwell,  September 14, 2022 at 5:29 AM  

In Harmony have been my go to people for many years. They have adapted their services for my mostly perennial garden with a few trees and shrubs. Now, we live in a 55+ community and I hired them for my yard and our large community area which includes large Cedars and 70 Rhododendrons.


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