Sunday, March 22, 2020, 2-4 p.m.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED – Refunds are being issued
Spring Fling – IGS sponsored education program – FEE $10 IGS Members; $15 Non-Members
Please join us in Innis House for two sessions from these exceptional speakers.
SMALL TREES/SHRUBS FOR LOW LIGHT AREAS – A SHADY PROPOSITION
Bill Hendricks is currently president of Klyn Nurseries in Perry, OH and has served in that position since 1987. In 2014, Bill was awarded by Nursery Management magazine as its Grower of the Year. Both a student and a teacher and even with 50+ years of horticulture experience, Bill never stops learning. He presents between 30 and 40 lectures each year across the country about plants and the benefits of plants to people’s health and well-being, as well as the environment.
PERENNIALS FOR SHADE
Dr. Steven M. Still is a retired professor emeritus in Landscape Horticulture from The Ohio State University and was the founder and executive director of the Perennial Plant Association. He also authored the garden book classic Manual of Herbaceous Ornamental Plants. In 2010, he was awarded the American Horticultural Society’s highest honor – the Liberty Hyde Bailey Award as well as The Medal of Honor from the Garden Club of America. Dr Still now resides in Hilliard and during his long teaching career, he mentored, lectured, and advised thousands of students.
Sunday, June 7, 2020, 2-4:30 p.m.
IGS Annual Meeting and Garden Reception – NO FEE
The Annual Meeting of the Inniswood Garden Society and presentation is open to the public. Enjoy a presentation by a national speaker followed by refreshments in the Gardens. IGS will hold a brief business meeting for members after the program.
Join us in the Innis House main room for a dynamic presentation with author and researcher Lee Reich.
Lee Reich, PhD is an avid farmdener (more than a gardener, less than a farmer) with graduate degrees in soil science and horticulture from the universities of Wisconsin and Maryland. After working in plant and soil research with the USDA and Cornell University, he shifted gears and turned to writing, lecturing and consulting. His many books include – A Northeast Gardener’s Year, The Pruning Book, Weedless Gardening, Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, Landscaping with Fruit, and Grow Fruit Naturally. He writes regularly for a number of gardening magazines and his syndicated gardening column for Associated Press appears biweekly from coast to coast.