Virtual Presentations are the New Norm!
I am speaking virtually to many groups in 2021 and 2022. Most of these talks are not open to the public, so I’m not listing dates here. If your group is interested in having me present, please contact me. The virtual talks I give for Hyannis Country Garden are open to the public and you can check their Events Page for details on times and registration.
My gardens will be open during the Cape Cod Hydrangea Festival in 2021, on Monday July 12th, Friday July 16th, and Saturday the 17th. Look for details later in the early summer on the Cape Cod Hydrangea Fest website.
Upcoming Speaking Appearances
I’m giving a talk on May 6th at 7 PM Eastern time – all about Climbing Hydrangeas and Oakleaf Hydrangeas. One lucky person who attends this talk on climbing and oak-leaf hydrangeas will win a one-gallon Gatsby hydrangea of their choice. (Note: one of the Gatsby varieties is pictured here.) Register: https://bit.ly/hydrangeas_part3
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic most of my in-person speaking engagements have been postponed or rescheduled as virtual talks. I am booking dates via Zoom now, however. Any of my talks can be presented remotely. Please contact me for details.
October 7th Village Garden Club of Dennis, MA
I recently presented two virtual talks about Hydrangeas for GardenComm that are available in recorded form.
Mopheads and Lacecaps: I answer all the most common questions about Mophead and Lacecaps: Why doesn’t my Hydrangea flower? How can I change the color of my flowers? How do I prune these plants? How do I dry blue Hydrangea flowers? Plus soil, fertilizing and common problems.
Smooth and Panicle Hydrangeas. Both of these reliably flower in colder climates. I show new varieties of both that smaller or more colorful. You’ll learn about common problems and staking the prone-to-flop Annabelle. To purchase these talks click here.
More dates to follow.