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***May 1st Free Workshops at Tranquil-Lake Nursery, Rehoboth Ma.*

Posted by arbo_retum z5 ,WinchstrMA (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 14, 10 at 17:37

For years I've been touting Warren and Phil's bi-annual free workshop days at this Providence-area nursery with the #1 most extensive and beautiful display gardens in New England.

This May's Spring Festival has some of the best workshop topics I have seen offered- Coppicing and Pruning///Wattling and Weaving Garden Fences and Structures///Plant Underfoot: Selected Plants That Can Withstand Walking///"Ornamental Trees and Shrubs to Add a Long Season of Bloom"//designer-led Tour of the Gardens, etc. etc.

After gardening for nearly 30 years, I always learn so much at these Tranquil Lake events. These guys combine the best of the best: warm and energetic friendliness, deep knowledge, willingness to help everyone,a broad range of tremendous and hard-to-find trees, shrubs,and perennials for sale; a stunning landscape, tented classrooms w/ plenty of chairs, fun food and beverage and picnic spots.

Don't miss the chance!! I guarantee it will change your gardening life and you can make plans to return for more!!

They are 1/2 hour east of Providence. It's 1.5 hours there from us in Winchester.


Here is a link that might be useful: Tranquil Lake Nursery May 1st Workshop Day

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RE: ***May 1st Free Workshops at Tranquil-Lake Nursery, Rehoboth

LOL they are practically in my back yard.... But I'll be hip deep in the plant sale.

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