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Perennial Identifcation for Professionals
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Perennial Identifcation for Professionals

Your customers love the color perennial flowering plants add to their landscapes. Learning about herbaceous perennials will help you choose the right plants to thrive in the site, group them attractively, and provide four seasons of interest in your jobs. In this full-day class June 26, 2013, Penn State horticulture professor Dr. David Sanford will cover popular perennials for landscape jobs.

6/26/2013
When: June 26, 2013
From 9:30 AM until 3:00 PM
Where: Berks County Ag Center
1238 County Welfare Road
Leesport, Pennsylvania  19533
Contact: Emelie Swackhamer
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Your customers love the color perennial flowering plants add to their landscapes. Learning about herbaceous perennials will help you choose the right plants to thrive in the site, group them attractively, and provide four seasons of interest in your jobs.

In this full-day class, Penn State horticulture professor Dr. David Sanford will cover popular perennials for landscape jobs. He will concentrate on rugged plants that are reliable performers, have few pest problems and are available in the trade.

We will meet in the auditorium for the morning session to see pictures of the plants and discuss their habits and culture. Plan to spend approximately half of the class time outdoors looking at perennials in the demonstration beds surrounding the Berks County Agricultural Center. Come prepared for the weather.

Add some new perennials to the palate that you offer your customers.

For more information and to register for the class, click here.

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