Talk On Vertical Gardening @ Hudson Garden Club

Come join me at the Hudson Garden Club tomorrow night for a talk about Vertical Gardening: Growing UP In The Garden.   Learn about the different ways you can incorporate vertical gardening into your garden and how it can make your garden RISE above the rest.

Arrive at 7PM for social time with fellow gardeners and the talk will begin at 7:30PM.

Where: Laurel Lake Retirement Center
200 Laurel Lake Drive (off Boston Mills Rd.)
Hudson, OH 44236

When: 3/17/11 7:30PM

Visitors are welcome!

7 thoughts on “Talk On Vertical Gardening @ Hudson Garden Club
  1. Pity I am not there, it would be good to learn how to train my tomatoes to go up instead of growing horizontally. And yes, I did tie them up, but not so efficiently, apparently :-).

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  2. Sarah on

    Dangit! For once in a long while, I have myself a date tonight and won’t be able to come. Any chance for a repeat performance?

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  3. Amber on

    You should totally record it and post on your blog. Would love to watch and learn!

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  4. Hanna on

    Sorry guys. I was not able to record it because I had to use my phone as a hotspot for part of my presentation. BUT they did tell me it will be on the local public access channel. I will let you know if I can get that information.

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  5. Hanna,

    Sorry I missed it – and it only took me about 5 minutes to realize I had already missed it ! It was probably my last hope for planting all the seeds from 2010. My horizontal garden is out of room. Help me Obie Wan Hanna you are my only hope !

    Seriously now – when the horizontal space is not an option – vertical gardening beats roof top gardening.

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    Hanna Reply:

    Oh dear. I am afraid that vertical gardening and daylilies may not mix well. You might be able to convice Aunt Sue to let you convert the back of a house to a living wall (http://www.edennow.com.au/eden/vertical.htm) for the seedlings though. 😉

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  6. Hanna, your talk to our club was great. Lots of helpful information and good visuals to accompany your entertaining commentary. We enjoyed ourselves and learned something–the perfect garden club program!
    Sue

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