DUE TO HURRICANE IRMA, WE ARE MOVING THIS PROGRAM TO:
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Annie Martin, nationally-recognized moss landscape designer and author of The Magical World of Moss Gardening (Timber Press, 2015), introduces the joys and environmental benefits of gardening with eco-friendly mosses. This free event is sponsored by The Garden Club of Weaverville on Tuesday, September 12th at 7 p.m. open to the public. Join us at The Weaverville Town Hall Community Room, 30 South Main Street in Weaverville.
Inspirational photographs, moss specimens for ID and essential how-to tips will help you get started on your own moss gardening projects. Annie Martin (aka Mossin’ Annie), owner of Mountain Moss Enterprises in Brevard, NC and Timber Press author of The Magical World of Moss Gardening, provides valuable insights on how to transform your garden or lawn into a serene retreat and eco-friendly landscape showcasing the world’s oldest living land plants – mosses! Martin will be available for a book signing after the lecture.
For more about Mountain Moss’ specialized landscape services or to choose shade or sun moss species from the exclusive selection of live mosses for sale, visit www.mountainmoss.com.
The Garden Club of Weaverville is a co-ed, non-profit organization open to everyone. For more information on what we do, becoming a member or supporting the club, CLICK HERE.
We enjoyed a delightful presentation on shade-loving perennial plants suitable for our area. Our presenter was Tanya LaCorte from Reems Creek Nursery.
We met at Community Room at the Town of Weaverville Town Hall at 30 South Main Street Asheville. We began at 9:30 a.m. with the presentation, and had a short break with light refreshments. Member business meeting followed.
The public was welcomed to join us for our 1st meeting for the 2015-2016 year. Our guest experts will be Jim Tucker and Christine Gum from The Asheville- Blue Ridge Rose Society. They shared with us how to select and successfully grow roses in our area. Click here for Jim’s handout.
Forty people met in the Community Room at the Town of Weaverville Town Hall at 30 South Main Street beginning at 9:30 a.m.