Houseplant Myth Busters, Tool Ideas, and Succulent Spotlight

Join us for the next set of FREE online programs to learn about Houseplant Myth Busters, Tool Ideas, and a Succulent Spotlight! These engaging and free online programs are 20 minutes each, followed by Q&A. Registration is required for each program…. attend only one or all three! This series is open to the public. All programs in this series will be recorded. 

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Debunking Houseplant Myths

October 31, 12:00 p.m. 

It can be hard to separate fact from fiction, especially when it comes to plant care and pest prevention. Join us to discuss common misconceptions about your indoor plant care and learn the correct strategies to keep your indoor greenery thriving and healthy. 

Presented by: Johanna Oosterwyk, DC Smith Greenhouse Manager, UW-Madison

Adaptive Gardening Tools:  What to think about for success next season

November 9, 12:00 p.m.  

Here are some ideas of gardening tools that will make your life in the garden easier and extend your time outside enjoying the weather. By using adaptive gardening tools you can care for your plants while reducing the chance of injury.

Presented by: Ann Loper, Chairwoman of the Lifelong Gardening Project, SouthEast Wisconsin Master Gardener (SEWMG) Association

Growing Adenium (Desert Rose) – The Flamboyant Succulent

November 14, 12:00 p.m.  

Adeniums, or “Desert Roses,” are popular houseplants because of their structurally interesting shapes and abundance of flowers available in a diversity of colors. But, as succulents, they have special cultural requirements for care and maintenance. Join us to learn how you can successfully grow these plants and keep them thriving at home!

Presented by: Dan Mahr, Emeritus Professor and Extension Entomologist, UW-Madison, and Honorary Fellow and Past President, Cactus and Succulent Society of America

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