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This program takes place in-person Wednesday, June 2 (Rain Date: Wednesday, June 9)
Dividing perennials is easy and fun! Benefits include getting new and free plants for the garden, reducing the size of overgrown plants, and rejuvenating ones that have started to slow down. This hands-on class presents the why, when, and how of dividing perennials and the essentials of caring for the new plantlets. This is a great class for the beginner gardener.
About the Instructor:
Serah Pesce is a Seasonal Horticulturist in the Formal Gardens at Mt Cuba Center. She holds a BS in Landscape Contracting, Design/Build from Pennsylvania State University and is a Delaware Nature Society Certified Habitat Steward. Serah’s own certified backyard wildlife habitat was featured in the Spring 2020 issue of Outdoor Delaware.
Please note that this class has been canceled.