Speaker: Pam Bennett
This fast-paced program will help you to discover low-maintenance and easy-to-grow annuals that will add the "WOW" factor to your landscape - without a lot of work!
|March 22||Ohio Native Perennials: Adding Life to Your Garden|
|March 29||These Are NOT Your Grandma's Annuals|
|April 5||How to Have a Beautiful Garden Without Having an Ugly Shovel|
About the Speaker
Pam Bennett is an Assistant Professor with The Ohio State University and serves as the State Master Gardener Volunteer Program Director. She is also a Horticulture Educator for OSU Extension in Clark County.
Pam specializes in herbaceous ornamental plant trials and presents programs on annuals and perennials as well as other landscape topics locally, statewide and nationally. Pam has also lectured in South Korea and China. She is a Clark County Park District Commissioner and is the current Chair of the Extension Master Gardener National Committee.
Pam is the co-author of the newly published book Garden-pedia, An A-to-Z Guide to Gardening Terms; writes a weekly gardening column for the Springfield News; authors the bi-monthly Ask the Expect column for Ohio Gardening magazine; and is a frequent writer for popular gardening magazines as well as trade publications.