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September is in full bloom in the Sensory Garden! Sit at each section awhile and treat your senses to fascinating new sights, tastes, smells, sensations and sounds. Enjoy five varieties of scented geraniums, interesting succulents, and unusual blossoms, leaf shapes, seed pods and textures. In the background is a magnificent tropical garden with banana trees, large red and green Elephant Ears and the evening fragrance of white Angel’s Trumpets. For more info visit the Sensory Garden page on our website.

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

Join us for an exciting weekend!
Come meet distinguished painters and sculptors.


Exhibition and Sale

 
Saturday 7 p.m. GALA Cocktail Dessert Reception - $125
and Art Raffle
Sunday 10:30 a.m. Champagne Brunch - $25
and Artist’s Panel Discussion
Sunday 12 – 4 p.m. Public Viewing - free
 
For more information about the event, click here.
To purchase tickets, click here.

Dear Elaine,

I would like to expand my flower garden. I love the sequence of bloom with perennials and the long blooming annuals. Is there a way to get more plants without having to buy more next spring?
Thank you,
Viola
Dear Viola,
Flowers can really perk up a property. But please know that your perennials will return next year because of their hardy rootstock and crown. Some annuals self-seed and can continue to grow and bloom in your garden for many years. This could be an economical way to get more plants and fill in the gaps between perennials. We encourage and allow self-seeding of some plants at Laurelwood Arboretum.

Self-seeding plants drop their pods, capsules or seeds at the end of the season. The plants may be annuals, biennials or perennials. The seeds then need nothing but soil and seasonal changes to grow again in the spring. (Continue reading...)
—Elaine Fogerty,
Executive Director

presented by ELAINE FOGERTY
Executive Director of Laurelwood Arboretum
September 11, 2016, 2 p.m.

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Sunday, September 18, 2 p.m.

GIANTS in the Garden

Book reading and science lesson about trees led by
Margaret Kerstner, Master Gardener/FOLA member.
Admission is free. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. Limited to kindergarten to 3rd grade. View/download the flyer.

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