This program takes place online Saturday, June 5
Transform your garden into an ecologically diverse paradise for beetles, butterflies, and other pollinators. Sam Hoadley, Manager of Horticultural Research at Mt. Cuba Center, discusses plants that provide pollen and nectar to our native insects, how to site the garden, and the basic steps for creating suitable habitats for these all-important community workers
About the Instructor: Sam Hoadley is the Manager of Horticultural Research at Mt. Cuba Center, where he evaluates native plants to determine their horticultural and ecological values. Sam received his degree in Sustainable Landscape Horticulture from The University of Vermont.