Saturday, February 13 at 12:00 pm
25 Most Popular Hostas
Irwin Johnson / Wisconsin Hosta Society
Hostas are the No. 1 selling perennial in the U.S. Learn about the 25 most popular hostas, siting, care and pest control.
Raised-Bed Vegetable Gardening
Noel Valdes / CobraHead LLC
Learn how to make and maintain a raised-bed vegetable garden using simple tools and minimal inputs. Included is bed preparation, planting, rotation, composting and crop protection techniques.
How to Install Pavers and Retaining Walls / Debbie Paul
Midwest Decorative Stone
See a slide show of the basic tools and items needed for do-it-yourself installation of brick pavers and walls.
No Green Meatballs Please: Pruning Help for Ornamental Shrubs
Roy Anne Moulton / Garden Coaching by Roy Anne
This presentation focuses on pruning basics – why, when and how to prune. Learn rejuvenation pruning techniques – thinning, heading back and coppicing.
Gardening for Hummingbirds
Michael & Kathi Rock
Learn how to create a sanctuary for the ruby-throated hummingbird in your own backyard. Through the use of perennial and annual plants, shrubs, trees and hummingbird feeders, you can discover the magic and excitement of hummingbirds!
Barbara Larson / UW-Extension Kenosha County
Gardening is great exercise for the body and mind as we age. Explore tools and techniques that can help you continue gardening even with arthritis or other trials of aging.
Top 10 Conifers for Smaller Gardens
John Kiley / Yahara Nursery
Learn which conifers have the right texture, color, shape and size for your garden. There are hundreds to choose from but discover which ones are the proven winners.
Native Landscaping: A Primer
Frank Hassler / Good Oak Ecological Services
There are many benefits to landscaping with native plants. Learn why native wildflowers and grasses are a good choice, and explore some of the species that will work well for you.
Broom Making Demo
John Holzwart / Brooms by Little John
Broommaker John Holzwart will demonstrate how an old-fashioned corn broom is made.
Creating With Glass for the Garden
Denny Berkery / The Vinery