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Free Lecture on Landscape Design

Posted by rini Rochester, NY (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 18, 08 at 20:38

I thought this might be of interest:

Every landscape is made up of a variety of plants: from trees to perennials and annuals to grasses.
A truly beautiful yard needs a design that blends these elements together.
Join the Williamson Garden Club for a presentation from Wayne County Master Gardeners, Bonny Gordon and Jim Oliver. Learn about reclaiming overgrown foundation plantings and blending them with other plants to create a landscape you'll be able to enjoy for years to come.
This lecture will be on Tuesday, March 25th at the Williamson Public Library, 6380 Route 21, Williamson, NY at 7:00 P.M. This event is free and open to the local community and general public.
For more information, call e-mail or check Pre-registration is not required.

Here is a link that might be useful: Williamson Garden Club

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RE: Free Lecture on Landscape Design

Rini, just saw this. Wouldn't have been able to make it anyway. Too much going on around here, but thanks for that wonderful website. I added it to my Favorites.

Those pictures of snow and ice covered trees are beautiful. Just one of the many pleasures of living here in Upstate. Sandy (from the P. Library) Lots of good info there too.

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