The Birds and the Bees: Why Pollinators Matter in

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The Birds and the Bees: Why Pollinators Matter in a Garden and How to Make Yours Buzz! 

Event Info

Date: Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 12:00 p EST

Location: Zoom link sent after registration

Contact: Cindy Wooldridge and Susan Schept


You're invited to join my passion fundraising event and help make CF stand for Cure Found.
 

Is your backyard more fallow than fierce?

If your garden or outdoor space needs some TLC to get ready for a summer of outdoor, distanced socializing…you’re in luck! Join us for a Q&A with Wendy Lindquist (Olivia Bowen's mom), owner of Lindquist Design Associates. Wendy is an award-winning landscape designer who has been practicing in Fairfield County, Connecticut for more than 30 years. Her specialties include pollinator gardens, native plants, and creating elegant, harmonious designs. 

Wendy will share her passion for creating lush pollinator gardens or containers and answer your questions about how to bring your blooms from “dried out” to “dolled up.” After signing up, you will be able to submit your gardening question (pictures please!) to Susan Schept to be answered by Wendy during the webinar. The webinar cost is $10.00.

Please invite friends and family who may have garden questions or want to sit in on advice for others.  

Along with our Zoom event we are also having a plant sale! We would be happy to send you our link to purchase some live plants and summer bulbs to add to your garden. Our partner will ship directly to your home and accepting orders until June 1.  Varieties include: strawberries, variegated hosta, orchid, astilbe, tiger, elf and stargazier lilies.