Bev Lacey will return to Pharsalia to share tips from her 15 years of growing and propagating flowers for a colorful fall
|Bev Lacey will return to Pharsalia to share tips from her 15 years of growing and propagating flowers for a colorful fall garden. Over 1800 dahlias are the queens of the fall garden at Blue Heron Farm, but heirloom chrysanthemums are making a strong comeback as cut-flowers with gorgeous varieties available. Home gardeners can propagate and grow both dahlias and mums when proper dividing, pinching and storage are practiced.
Growing information and hands-on demonstrations of these techniques will leave participants confident in their abilities to grow and reproduce these treasured flowers. Specially chosen dahlia tubers and mum starts will be for sale as well as peony plants, perennials, annuals and Pharsalia’s favorite clippers. This workshop will be held rain or shine.