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CMGA

We are pleased to present two hands-on classes for your education and enjoyment. Back by popular demand, constructing a hypertufa container again presented by Jeff Woodward, and a new class, constructing a living wreath presented by Karen Woodward.

Hypertufa is a mixture of perlite, peat moss and cement with water. The result is a durable lightweight form that can be made into nearly any size or shape making hypertufa both unique as well as the perfect medium for garden art and architecture. Class attendees will leave with a hypertufa container. CLASSES ARE FILLED

Living wreaths are constructed using a frame, moss and succulents or herbs. Karen is putting together a design and materials to construct a living wreath the attendees can complete and take with them. CLASSES FILLED

All classes are limited to sixteen, will be given during morning and afternoon breakout sessions and will have a materials charge ($7 for the hypertufa and $25 for the wreath; please bring exact change, cash or check) payable during class. Please select only 1 of the 2 as a courtesy to other attendees.

gracie

Carol Gracie: SPRING WILDFLOWERS OF THE NORTHEAST: A NATURAL HISTORY BOTH SESSIONS FILLED

reich

Lee Reich: FRUITS FOR SMALL GARDENS BOTH SESSIONS FILLED

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Michael Dietz: RAIN GARDENS

Nancy

Nancy Dubrule Clemente: SHADY CHARACTERS FOR CHALLENGING SPOTS