If I was told that I could only grow one plant in my garden, I would have to choose one that is fragrant. For good reason, pleasant
Plumeria ‘Tillie Hughes’
smells are one of the greatest characteristics in the garden. Beauty in flowers is usually what draws most people to gardening, but what keeps them attracted is the intoxicating fragrance. Mina was an expert on adding plants for their perfumed fragrance as the flowers intermingled with a hint of the river. Her winter home made full use of bringing the outdoors nearer their living quarters and into their lives.
In this Garden Talk, participants will learn about the fragrant plants throughout the Edison gardens as we stroll and sniff until we find one you’d like to have in your garden. The walk will last approximately 1.5 hours, so wear comfortable shoes, a hat and sunscreen, and bring drinking water. The class will start promptly at 10 a.m. Participants will receive a 20% off coupon for use on plant purchases in the Garden Shoppe.
Cost: Edison Ford members: $10; non-members: $15. Registration not required.