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March 7, 2023 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Adapting for Your Spring Garden (Online)

Spring container with a variety of purple, blue, and pink flowers at Mt. Cuba Center

No matter your age, experience, or ability level, getting your garden ready for spring can be demanding and strenuous on the body. Toni Gattone will help you think through what needs to be done, and prioritize, plan, and plant without injury. Early spring is the perfect time to re-think your garden, ensuring it will be comfortable and safe for the year. Re-think your garden to include containers, raised beds and vertical gardens for no-bend gardening. Discover new ergonomic tools that are easier on hands, back, hips, and the entire body.

This program takes place online Tuesday, March 7, 2023

About the Instructor:
Every career move brought Toni Gattone to where she is today, a speaker and an author with a passion to help gardeners of all ages and abilities to garden for life.
Toni knows from experience that physical limitations are the main reason why experienced gardeners need to re-evaluate how and when they garden and how to re-work our gardens for greater comfort and safety. New gardeners will learn how to start their garden that will be comfortable for years to come.

Her speaking career blossomed when she became a Master Gardener and began teaching as a way of giving back to her community. Toni speaks to audiences at garden clubs, national flower and garden shows, Master Gardener symposiums, and women and senior groups.

Now an author, Toni’s book, The Lifelong Gardener, Garden with Ease & Joy at Any Age, was published by Timber Press in August 2019 and is resonating with so many gardeners that it’s already in its second printing.

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