Hydrangeas for Midwest Gardens

Registration Eligibility
Everyone is invited
Start Date
08/30/2018
End Date
08/30/2018
Description
Andrew Bunting will explore the diversity of hydrangeas for the home garden.  He will cover in-depth the cultivars and selections of H. arborescens, H. quercifolia, H. paniculata, H. macrophylla, and H. serrata, as well as related species including some vining relatives.  He will discuss the many important cultural considerations for hydrangeas, including siting, pruning and the impact that the pH of the soil can often have on flower color.  Hydrangeas have experienced a great renaissance in the garden in recent decades.
Location
Cincinnati, OH
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Horticulture / Plants
Residential Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
Attendees will learn: 1) The impetus behind all the new hydrangea varieties. 2) Which new varieties and species perform best in the Midwest. 3) Cultural and care recommendations.
Instructors
Andrew Bunting, Assistan Director and Director of Plant Collections, Chicago Botanic Garden
Website Registration
Course Codes
PTD18Bunting1
Provider
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden


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