Saturday, March 13, 2021 | 10–11:30 a.m. | FREE | Registration Required
Wisconsin winters can seem like they’ll never end, especially to gardeners. This program will show you how to plant for winter as a transition between fall and spring.
Bussolini says, “Form, line, color, texture, plays of light and shadow, movement, sound, birds, are some of the surprises you’ll find when you drag yourself out of your comfy chair and go outdoors. Big structures carry the garden when details are buried under snow, evergreens provide color and form, seedheads and pods lend punctuation and texture, while many herbaceous plants persist well into winter.”
When you register, you'll receive an email with instructions on attending this online event.
Sponsored by the Eau Claire Garden Club
Karen has been a gardener all her life. She trained as a painter and was an architectural photographer before specializing in garden photography, writing, speaking and eco-friendly garden coaching/design. She is a NOFA (Northeast Organic Farmers Association) Accredited Organic Land Care Professional. Her garden has been featured in many publications, including Anne Raver’s feature, “A Hillside of Feisty Beauties” in The New York Times.