Creating a wildlife haven one plant at a time

Talks & Tours

Tours of Southern Meadows, a private habitat garden in Northeast Georgia, are available upon request. Come explore an ecological garden using native plants, experience a garden design that provides habitat for bees, butterflies, beneficial insects, frogs, lizards, snakes, and birds and see how we are restoring our home garden into a healthy balanced ecosystem that ultimately functions as our wildlife sanctuary.

I love speaking with garden groups. Contact me by emailing your details to kbh267@gmail.com

Coming up in 2018 

January 24th - Brenau University Gardening Society (BUGS) on gardening for pollinators and native plants. 

February 13th - Jackson County Ladies Homestead Group on butterfly gardening and beneficial insects.

September 12th - 8:30-12:30 at Redbud Chapter of Georgia Native Plant Society on Native Plants of the Gainesville Ridges, Meadow Forbs and Grasses

October 20th - 9:00-1:00 Georgia State Botanical Garden Plants & Pollinators Specialization (Certificate in Native Plants) on Growing Your Own Prairie in North Georgia. 

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Previous Speaking Engagements & Garden Tours

March 1, at the Fleur de Lis Garden Club on gardening for pollinators. (Time & Location TBD)
 

February 14, 10:00 am - Noon I will be training the Hall County Master Gardener intern class at the Extension Office in Gainesville on gardening for butterflies, how to attract more pollinators to a backyard garden and the importance of beneficial insects.

August 9, 6:00-8:00 pm at the Georgia Native Plant Society-Redbud Chapter in Gainesville
My presentation is titled "Pollinators and Beneficial Insects-Their Relationship to Native Plants" Hope to see you there!

September 13, 9:00am-1:00pm at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens. I will be one of the instructors for the Plants & Pollinators: Co-dependence & Conservation class. This is an elective course for the Certificate in Native Plants. Register here.

September 14, 10:00-12:00 at Southern Meadows. Join me as I lead a tour of my garden. I will be explaining how we transformed our land into a wildlife habitat with native plants and pollinator friendly blooms. I will also discuss how we are winning the war against invasive plants. If you are interested in attending please contact me for details.

October 15, Time: 1:00-2:30 I will be leading a workshop on "How and Why to Garden for Pollinators" at the Flowery Branch Library. This class will include a slide presentation and handouts on getting your garden started. Register by calling 770-532-3311


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