Spring Starts in October

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Wednesday October 16

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7:00 PM  –  8:30 PM

Professional gardener and writer, Daniel Mount, will share the ins and outs of bulb selection, planting, and maintenance. From the classics like tulips and daffodils to the oddities like fritillarias, brodiaeas, and corydalis, you will learn to have the ephemeral beauty of these gems in your garden. In addition to designing and maintaining gardens in the Pacific Northwest, he was invited to Cologne, Germany, where he worked on urban rooftop and courtyard gardens as well as rural estates. He was next called to “Orto dei Semplici Elbano” on the Island of Elba, Italy, where he collected and designed with the unique flora of this island. He frequently teaches classes and leads wildflower hikes.

$5 BBGS members; $15 non-members

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