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2015 Seminar Schedule

Educational gardening and landscape seminars are offered all show days and are presented by local and regional experts. Our featured speaker is Sue Goetz, author of a new book entitled "The Herb Lover's Spa Book".

 

Sue is a garden designer, owner of Creative Gardener and author of The Herb Lovers Spa book. Sue Goetz, CPH is a garden designer, writer and speaker. Through her business Creative Gardener, she works with clients to personalize outdoor spaces-from garden coaching to full landscape design. A self-proclaimed plant nerd, as most plant-dirven garden designers are, Sue has a special passion for herbs; teaching about all their enchanting qualities and how to use them. Hot off the press for show attendees to purchase will be "The Herb Lovers Spa Book," published by St. Lynn's Press February 2015.

 

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2015 Seminar Schedule

Check back soon for a complete seminar schedule.

 

Friday, March 20

Time

Topic

Speaker

11:00 am

 Garden! For Kid's Sake!

 Andrea Bruce-Niederer, Advanced

 Master Gardener, Garden

 Blogger/Writer

12:15 pm

 Grow Amazing Tomatoes and Peppers

 Zamzows

1:30 pm

 The Herb Lover's Spa Garden

 Sue Goetz, Author

3:00 pm

 Design Concepts For Your Outdoor Space Using 3D

 Software

 Chuck Edwards, Breckon Land

 Design

     

 

Saturday, March 21

Time

Topic

Speaker

11:00 am

 Successful Seed Starting

 Zamzows

12:30 pm

 What's Up with Air Plants?

 Elizabeth Dickey, Idaho Botanical

 Garden

1:45 pm

 Growing Your Own Herb Spa

 Sue Goetz, Author

2:45 pm

 Organic Gardening 101

 Lindsay Schramm, North End 

 Organic Nursery

4:00 pm

 Proper Design and Construction of Concrete 

 Pavers

 Marc Larsen, Belgard Hardscapes

 

Sunday, March 22

Time

Topic

Speaker

  12:30 pm

 Organic Pest and Weed Control

 Lindsay Schramm, North End

 Organic Nursery

  1:45 pm

 Hot Local Seed Picks for 2015

 Casey O'Leary, Earthly Delights and

 Snake River Seed Cooperative

  3:00 pm

 Update Your Landscape - Redesigning for Overgrown

 Plants

 Ann Bates, Idaho Nursery &

 Landscape Association