"Fall and Winter in the Native Garden" with Deb Ellis at 7pm.
This month's presentation will be presented via Zoom.
Meeting ID: 838 7875 6521
Learn how to extend the gardening season throughout fall and winter with asters, goldenrods, evergreen ferns and evergreen bushes. What are the dos and don'ts for fall cleanup? We will discuss how "leaving the leaves" can nuture your garden and how perennials can be a winter food source for birds and home for pollinators.
About Deb Ellis: Deb Ellis is an envirnmental activist, lecturer, and retired social justice lawyer who is passionate about teaching how to use native plants to promote biodiversity and heal the Earth. She is the founder and co-leader of the Essex County chapter of the Native Plant Society of New Jersey, a Master Gardener, has served on the Montclair Envirnmental Commission, and has had a Certified Backyard Habitat through the National Wildlife Federation for 15 years. Deb served in a leadership position in nonprofit organizations and received serval awards for public service, including being named as a Champion of Change by President Obama.