Join us on Saturday, March 10th, from 1pm-3pm for an afternoon with well-known garden writer Julia Hofley as she discusses one of the hottest gardening trends: house plants!
Find fresh ideas abound as house plants take center stage for year-round gardeners!
Learn about Lower Light Lovelies, Hippie Revival Plants, What's Old is New, Foliage that Packs a Punch, Clean Air Machines, and more!
House plants provide beauty, clean air, fun and diversity and allow the Michigan gardener to garden indoors, whenever and wherever, all year round.
If you’re looking for inspiration and want to tap into your creative side, you’ll enjoy this interactive talk that will give you some take-home ideas to make your own remarkable indoor garden.
The fee is $10 for this class and proceeds will support The Botanic Garden at Historic Barns Park.
This class is open to the public and advance registration is requested.
About our presenter, Julia Hofley:
Julia Hofley is a freelance garden writer and contributes to Michigan Gardener magazine, Fine Gardening magazine and more. She speaks to both gardening audiences each year and writes garden book reviews, articles on new plants, garden travelogues and more.
Building a collector’s garden with her husband has been a labor of love and a test of endurance as they live in an active animal browsing community in Michigan and have learned to garden successfully in spite of this.
The Botanic Garden at Historic Barns Park