Meadows are unmatched in their ability to provide long-lasting beauty and high-quality habitats for beneficial insects and resident birds. Learn the “why, how, what, when and where” of turning an area of lawn into an aesthetically rich and environmentally functional native plant community that conserves limited resources and requires fewer inputs. Get started today! (Class size is limited.)
This program takes place in-person (at Mt. Cuba Center) Two Saturdays: October 30 & November 6 (Rain Date: Saturday, November 13)
About the Instructor: Mark Gormel is Horticultural Coordinator for the Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art. He is a nature photographer, frequent lecturer, and a landscape consultant who specializes in the design, installation, and management of native plant meadows.
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