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This program takes place in-person Saturday, June 12 (Rain Date: Saturday, June 19)
The power of a sensory garden is its ability to stimulate all five senses as well as provide a safe space to relax, reflect, and connect with nature. Carrie and Faith discuss how to develop a garden of native plants that appeal to a wide range of sensory experiences and encourage you to slow down and enjoy the world around you. A garden tour highlights their presentation.
About the Instructors:
Faith B. Kuehn has spent most of her career working on pollinator conservation, invasive species control, and pest management. Her current project is Green Cabinet, focusing on pollinator conservation and therapeutic gardening at Planting Hope Gardens.
Carrie Murphy is an extension agent and program leader for the Lawn and Garden Program at the University of Delaware Cooperative Extension. She is also the Master Gardener coordinator for New Castle County, Delaware. Carrie has a master’s degree in plant and soil sciences from the University of Delaware and graduated from the Professional Gardener Program at Longwood Gardens.