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Learn how to divide perennials to enhance your garden and share with friends.

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Dividing Perennials

  • Wednesday, September 18, 2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

One of the simplest ways to gain more plants in your garden is to divide your existing plants. Trade with friends and other gardeners and watch your garden diversity multiply.  In this workshop, you will learn how to dig and divide perennial plants, which plants should be divided in fall and the benefits of this routine maintenance. Work with Master Gardeners to gain hands-on experience and learn proper techniques on dividing perennials. Go home with a small division to keep for your garden. Please bring a pair of garden gloves. 

Mila Fournier is a garden designer and educator with two decades of design experience that started with guerilla gardening in Brooklyn and has moved her through designing some of the most sophisticated gardens in NYC. Once in Ithaca, Mila has worked as an educator, designer, and horticultural consultant, including managing Ithaca Children's Garden and helping large developers create beautiful landscapes and habitats to offset new construction.

Fee

$10-$20/person self-determined sliding scale, pay what you can afford

Learn More

http://db.ccetompkins.org/programs/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=1724

Contact

Jennie Cramer
Horticulture Program Manager
jrc10@cornell.edu
(607) 272-2292 ext 146

Location

CCE-Tompkins Education Center
615 Willow Avenue
Ithaca, NY 14850-3555

Last updated August 23, 2019