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Dorothy's Way July bloom includes many varieties of hydrangea, including the white Annabelle, Peegee, Mophead, Oak Leaf, Climbing and Lacecaps. See the beautiful collection of “Nikko Blue” at the entrance to Dorothy’s Way. Enjoy this cool woodland walk that parallels Brook Road, starting and ending with trellises built by local boy scouts.
Read more about hydrangeas in this Rutgers University factsheet by Elaine Fogerty and Dr. Edith Wallace.

Volunteer on-site Tuesdays and Fridays  9 a.m.-noon.
Meet in the pavilion.

Friends of Laurelwood Arboretum and Shining Bright Therapy Dogs
presents
Bring a nature-themed book for your child to read. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

July 10  •  August 14  •  October 9

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Program and arboretum tour led by
DR. MARTY BECKER
Professor of Earth and Environmental Science,
William Paterson University

Wednesday, July 13, at 4 p.m.

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Gardeners’ Journal

Wednesday, July 20, 3 p.m.

Please join us for a lively discussion of interesting and timely gardening topics. All welcome. Free admission. No membership or subscription required. More information...

 
Master Gardener Association of Passaic County (MGAPC) and Friends of Laurelwood Arboretum (FOLA) present

by KERRY ANN MENDEZ
award‐winning horticultural author and speaker
Sunday, July 17, 2 p.m.
Knippenberg Center

MGAPC and FOLA members free admission/general public $5.00
Learn about Master Gardeners Association and Friends of Laurelwood

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Dear Elaine,

What plants besides annuals offer color in the garden during July?
Susan

Dear Susan,
Annuals certainly serve a purpose in the garden since they bloom for six months, but they are not hardy. For variety, try hardy herbaceous perennials. The tops will die back in the winter, but the roots will provide new growth in the spring  – a one-time purchase!  A few perennials  only bloom for two weeks which requires skill in coordinating bloom times over a long period.
(More info about hardy perennials in Laurelwood ...)
—Elaine Fogerty,
Executive Director

 

September 24-25
Exhibition, Sale and Gala

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