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Silver Spring Garden Club April Meeting – Uncommonly Easy Fruits to Grow
April 16 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pmFree
The Silver Spring Garden Club invites you to a talk on:
Uncommonly Easy Fruits to Grow
Our speaker this month, Michael Judd of Ecologia Design, Edible & Ecological Landscapes (ecologiadesign.com), will be exploring uncommonly good fruits to grow for the D.C. region. Uncommonly tasty, uncommonly ornamental, and uncommonly easy to grow fruits. Fruits that adapt to partial shade and limited space will also be covered along with uncommonly practical design approaches that reduce inputs while maximizing harvests. Sound too go to be true? Come find out.
Principle designer/founder of Ecologia and author of Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist, Michael Judd is a well-known and enjoyed speaker, noted for enthusiastic and clear presentations on a host of subjects surrounding edible and ecological landscapes. Presenter for Monticello Harvest Festival and NOFA – Northeast Organic Farmers Association, guest on popular radio such as “A Way to Garden” with Margaret Roach, and a host of podcasts revolving around edible landscaping, gardening, and permaculture.
WHEN: Monday, April 16*, 8:00pm
Doors open at 7:30pm
WHERE: Brookside Gardens
Visitors Center/Education Building
1800 Glenallan Avenue, Wheaton, Maryland
REFRESHMENTS will be provided after the talk by the following Silver Spring Garden Club members: Nadine Beers, Ingrid Barnes, Mike Welsh, Anne Asher, Sue Smith, Dan Ezell and Michael Alexander.
Please turn off or silence your cell phones during our meetings out of courtesy to our guest speakers and your fellow club members. If you must take a call, please proceed outside the room and turn left and proceed far down the hallway or go outside the building.
The event is FREE and open to the public.
Please consider joining the Silver Spring Garden Club to support our events and programs. Dues are a low $10 per individual and $15 per couple/household.
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