Ohio Native Perennials: Adding Life to Your Garden

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Warren County Armco Park Pavilion, Lebanon

Speaker: Sue Ellen Campbell

Sue Ellen Campbell will show you a variety of Ohio natives and how and why they can be used to enhance your landscape. She uses examples of plants that thrive in her personal gardens and attract birds, vutterflies and bees. These plants are relatively low maintenance and generally provide long periods of color, texture and structure in the home garden. Whether your garden is a country landscape or an urban cityscape you can incorporate many of our Ohio native perennials with benefits to both people and wildlife.

This is the first of a 3-part series offered by the Warren County Master Gardener Association.
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
Registration Required - No Walk-ins Permitted
2017 Brochure (with Registration Form)
Purchase a series ticket for $25.00, or individual tickets for $10 each.
Warren County Master Gardeners must register even though there is no charge.

About the Speaker

Sue Ellen Campbell has always had a love of gardening, winning her first garden award in the 5th grade. She became passionate about gardening upon her move to Ohio from Maine and retirement from nursing.Along with her husband, she has created a landscape around her home that won a 2005 Gardener Recognition Award from the Cincinnati Horticultural Society and has been featured in two Cincinnati magazines.

Sue Ellen became a Master Gardener in 2002 and remained active until 2014. Her focus is organic gardening with a desire to provide habitat to wildlife. She finds beauty in all seasons and tries to make it evident in her surroundings.