Sanger House Gardens – Kick Off Gardening Season with Melinda Myers

April 15, 2019 | Categories: Community, Events

Saturday May 11th – 10 a.m. thru 2 p.m.
Nationally famous garden expert Melinda Myers will present a gardening seminar at Sanger House Gardens – 1823 N. Palmer St., in Historic Brewers Hill, Milwaukee, Wi.

Go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kickoff-gardening-season-with-melinda-myers-tickets-60209846271 to register. Bring your gardening gloves and the 12-14” container you want to use for this event; we provide potting soil and a selection of plants from Eberts Greenhouse, as well as a box lunch and beverages.

~10-11 a.m: “Container Gardens for Everyone!”- Melinda will share all you need to know to design spectacular container gardens and keep them looking great throughout the season. Whether you’re looking for ornamental or edible containers for sun or shade, she’ll help you design attractive containers and provide tips on plant choice and proper care to keeping them looking their best throughout the season. Bring a friend or treat Mom to this fun, unique experience at the beautiful Sanger House Gardens the Saturday before Mother’s Day!

~11-11:30 a.m.: Q & A with Melinda, plus Book Sale and Signing

~11:30 a.m.-noon: Break for lunch

~Noon – 2 p.m.: Melinda will share tips and advice, answer your container gardening questions and share tips as you pot up your own container garden to take home.

Sanger House Gardens is a unique 2/3 acre garden located close to downtown Milwaukee in the charming historic district of Brewers Hill. Inspired by English and Mediterranean gardens, the beautiful grounds feature hundreds of plantings of trees, evergreens, shrubs, grasses and perennials as well as salvaged architectural accents. The garden was the subject of a 14 page article in the April 2019 issue of Fine Gardening magazine. The seminar will be situated in the midst of a quaint carriage house, lathe house and various courtyards and patios.

 

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