It’s the season to prune your shrubs! The upcoming Corrective Pruning Workshop will teach you how. Details below.
Saturday, February 18, 2017
2:40 – 3:40 pm
This program is free and open to the public. Seating is limited so please register by Tuesday,
Questions may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where: Mountain Park Activity Bldg, which is to the right of the Aquatic Center in the same parking lot at
1063 Rockbridge Rd. SW, Stone Mountain 30087.
Instructor: Barbara Dorfman is a landscape consultant and pruning specialist who studied horticulture at Gwinnett Technical College . She is dedicated to teaching homeowners and garden clubs how to prune for a natural form and to promoting the use of native plants.
Content: Barbara will discuss where, when and why you make each pruning cut to promote the natural form of shrubs and trees, whether native or not. Included are the best tools to use and how to rejuvenate old overgrown shrubs.
From I-285: US 78 East (Stone Mountain Hwy) to Exit 7, Hugh Howell Rd. Immediate right turn onto Lilburn-Stone Mountain Rd, then right .1 mi at the light for Old Stone Mountain Rd (changes name to Five Forks Trickum) in ~1.7 mi turn left (at the light) onto Rockbridge Rd. The Activity Center is .3 mi on the left.
From Snellville follow US 78 East. Right onto Lake Lucerne Rd SW for 1.9 mi.
Left onto Five Forks Trickum Rd SW for 2.0 miles. Right onto Rockbridge Rd for .3 miles.