Three Big Rules (and Four Little Ones) for Designing Small Gardens with Impact
Saturday, September 16, 10 a.m. to Noon
Edmonds Theatre, 415 Main St, Edmonds, WA 98020
Ticket proceeds benefit Washington Park Arboretum!
City-sized gardens, high-density urban housing, precious few hours for leisure—and even fewer for slaving in the garden—you have to be a master of invention or mistress of ingenuity when it comes to fitting a garden into a busy 21st century life. Today’s savvy gardeners are creating small gardens with big impact that enhance our lives and still allow time for relaxing.
Don’t miss Lorene Edwards Forkner’s lively talk on September 16, hosted by Arboretum Foundation Unit 69. Learn how to make the most of your small urban garden space while helping support the Arboretum!
Buy tickets: Tickets available at Brown Paper Tickets. Seating is limited, so get your tickets today!
About Lorene Edwards Forkner: An author, speaker, editor, and avid home gardener and cook, Lorene pursues a garden-based life filled with seasonal pleasures, delicious flavors, and creativity. A small city garden is her canvas for color play and exploring pleasing plant combinations, as well as a living workshop for her many projects. She is the editor of Pacific Horticulture magazine.
Book signing: Lorene will have copies of her latest books Handmade Garden Projects and Vegetable Gardening in the Pacific Northwest for sale/signing.