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Mon May 06, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/

Please click here for more information.

   

Tue May 07, 2019 7 PM - 8:30 PM

Memphis Horticultural Society Meeting - Restoring Our Grasslands with Dr Wayne Estes
Dr. Dwayne Estes, director of Austin Peay State University's Southeastern Grasslands Initiative, is a passionate advocate for our native grassland habitats, their preservation, and restoration. He was awarded the Tennessee Wildlife Federations Conservationist of the Year Award in 2017.

https://www.segrasslands.org/
Location: Memphis Botanic Garden, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis 38117
Website: http://www.memphishorticulture.org
 

Sat May 11, 2019 9 AM - 2 PM

Mid-South Hosta Society HOSTA SALE
Come Early for the best selections! More than 100 varieties and thousands of plants. Included in this year's sale is the 2019 Hosta of the Year, 'Lakeside Paisley Print' Free Hosta Trail tour. Rain or Shine! Cash, Check or Card accepted.

Location: Memphis Botanic Garden 750 Cherry Road - North Gate A off Cherry Road

 

hosta_sale.pdf
 

Sat May 11, 2019 10 AM - 11 AM

Palladio Garden Seminar: Perennials for West Tennesse with Jeanne Guidi of Melodia Hill Plant Farm
Jeanne Guidi,owner-operator of Melodia-Hill Plant Farm in Jackson, Tennessee is recognized as an expert in perennials for USDA Planting Zones 6 & 7 and is an experienced presenter. There will be a 35-45 minutes slide presentation followed by a brief Q&A session. No reservation is required but arrive early to get the better seats.Refreshments and a special discount provided to all attendees. Session starts promptly at 10a.m. and ends promptly at 11am. Contact John Jennings for more information.
Location: Palladio Garden 2231 Central Avenue Memphis TN 38104
Email: john.jennings@palladiomemphis.com
 

Sat May 11, 2019 1 PM

Urban Earth Seminar - Kitchen Gardening & Organics
Growing your own food is cool, and eating is even better. Learn the best plants for gardens with little or no input of chemicals. Composting, plus organics will be touched on.
Location: Urban Earth Garden Center, 80 Flicker St, Memphis
Phone: 9013230031
Email: info@urbanearthmemphis.com
Website: http://www.urbanearthmemphis.com
 

Mon May 13, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/

Please click here for more information.


   

Mon May 13, 2019 6:30 PM

Community Garden Series: Southern Gardening: Twleve Months of Bloom
Join a local Master Gardener, Tom Reiman, for a discussion of twelve months of bloom in your garden. Pre-registration is
required. Registration begins three weeks prior to each event.
Location: Germantown Community Library, 1925 Exeter, Germantown
Phone: 901-757-7323
Website: http://www.germantown-library.org
 

Wed May 15, 2019 12 PM - 1 PM

Dixon Munch & Learn: Designing and Planning a New Perennial Border at the Dixon with Dale Skaggs
Designing and Planning a New Perennial Border at the Dixon with Dale Skaggs, Director of Horticulture, Dixon Gallery and Gardens, and Kim Rucker, Greenhouse and Cutting Garden Manager.

Location: Dixon Gallery & Gardens, 4339 Park Ave, Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: 901-761-5250
Website: http://www.dixon.org
 

Fri May 17, 2019 6 PM - 8 PM

Native Plants of Tennessee - book signing with Suzy Askew
Please join Suzy Askew to hear her discuss her new book, "Native Plants of Tennessee: A Book of Lists." Refreshments provided. Live music after the book talk. Price of admission is the purchase of the book. If you already have a copy, bring it and get it signed! If you don't have a copy, buy it at the event for $20. You will also have the opportunity to purchase tickets for the Cooper-Young Garden Walk that begins the following day.
Location: Palladio Garden, 2231 Central Ave, Memphis 38104
Contact: John Jennings
 

Sat May 18, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Cooper Young Garden Walk 2019
The Cooper-Young Garden Walk is a self-guided, self-paced tour of 50+ eclectic, private gardens and businesses highlighting urban gardening throughout the vibrant neighborhood. Visitors will see edibles, chickens, herbs, water features, art, native plants, whimsy, she-sheds, composting, a backyard theatre and imaginative plantings. The walk is non-competitive and open to any gardener in Cooper-Young, from the beginner to seasoned gardener. Look for the white garden walk signs in front of open gardens.

The Garden Walk is 9 am to 5 pm, May 18-19, 2019. Rain or Shine.
Tickets are good for both days.

There are 3 TICKET OPTIONS:

On-line ticket sales: cygardenwalk.eventsmart.com
Snail Mail —Check Payable to: Cooper-Young Garden Club, C/O Katie McHaney, Treasurer, 805 S. Cox, Memphis, TN 38104 (memo line: CYGW TICKETS)
Ticket outlets: (Check only, payable to Cooper-Young Garden Club, memo line: CYGW tickets).
Stone Soup Cafe, 993 S. Cooper Street
Palladio Gardens, 2231 Central Avenue
CYBA Office, 2120 Young Avenue
TICKET PRICES:

$15, Feb – May 5th Early Bird General Admission. (Get entered into a drawing for a “MEMPHIS STAYCATION PACKAGE” valued at over $500). 1 Night Abnb, 2 tickets to Graceland, 2 massage gift certificates from Midtown Massage, 2 Gift certificates to the Beauty Shop and a gift certificate from Stone Soup Cafe.
$20, May 6- May 19.
Location: Cooper Young Historic District, Memphis, TN
Website: http://www.cooperyounggardenclub.org/garden-walk/faqs/

 

Sun May 19, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Cooper Young Garden Walk 2019
The Cooper-Young Garden Walk is a self-guided, self-paced tour of 50+ eclectic, private gardens and businesses highlighting urban gardening throughout the vibrant neighborhood. Visitors will see edibles, chickens, herbs, water features, art, native plants, whimsy, she-sheds, composting, a backyard theatre and imaginative plantings. The walk is non-competitive and open to any gardener in Cooper-Young, from the beginner to seasoned gardener. Look for the white garden walk signs in front of open gardens.

The Garden Walk is 9 am to 5 pm, May 18-19, 2019. Rain or Shine.
Tickets are good for both days.

There are 3 TICKET OPTIONS:

On-line ticket sales: cygardenwalk.eventsmart.com
Snail Mail —Check Payable to: Cooper-Young Garden Club, C/O Katie McHaney, Treasurer, 805 S. Cox, Memphis, TN 38104 (memo line: CYGW TICKETS)
Ticket outlets: (Check only, payable to Cooper-Young Garden Club, memo line: CYGW tickets).
Stone Soup Cafe, 993 S. Cooper Street
Palladio Gardens, 2231 Central Avenue
CYBA Office, 2120 Young Avenue
TICKET PRICES:

$15, Feb – May 5th Early Bird General Admission. (Get entered into a drawing for a “MEMPHIS STAYCATION PACKAGE” valued at over $500). 1 Night Abnb, 2 tickets to Graceland, 2 massage gift certificates from Midtown Massage, 2 Gift certificates to the Beauty Shop and a gift certificate from Stone Soup Cafe.
$20, May 6- May 19.
Location: Cooper Young Historic District, Memphis, TN
Website: http://www.cooperyounggardenclub.org/garden-walk/faqs/

 

Mon May 20, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/

 

Sat May 25, 2019 1 PM

Urban Earth Seminar - We Love Butterflies and Hummingbirds
IF you plant the right stuff, your garden will host these winged wonders; come learn what is best and other neat facts. A good class for gardeners & critter lovers!
Location: Urban Earth Garden Center, 80 Flicker St, Memphis
Phone: 9013230031
Email: info@urbanearthmemphis.com
Website: http://www.urbanearthmemphis.com
 

Mon May 27, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/

 

Sat Jun 01, 2019 9 AM - 12 PM

Memphs Botanic Garden- Bicentennial Blues Bed
In honor of Memphis' 200-year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit the Garden each week
Location: 750 Cherry Road Memphis, TN 38117
Contact: Hilary Cox
Phone: 901-636-4120

bicentnennial_bed__press_release.pdf
 

Mon Jun 03, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/

 

Thu Jun 06, 2019 6:30 PM - 8 PM

Dixon workshop: Floral Design with Ferns and Flowers with Kim Jameson
Floral Design with Ferns and Flowers with Kim Jameson, Dixon Floral Designer Thursday, June 6, 6:30-8:00pm - Catmur Horticulture Building Registration required | Space limited Members $50; non-members $60 Please call (901) 761-5250 to register
Location: Dixon Gallery and Gardens - Catmur Hort Bldg
Phone: 901-761-5250
Website: http://www.dixon.org
 

Sat Jun 08, 2019 1 PM

Urban Earth Seminar - The Water Garden
If you have a water garden, are interested in how to have cleaner water, or if you are not sure what an ecosystem is and how it helps you in your pond – this class is for you!
Location: Urban Earth Garden Center, 80 Flicker St, Memphis
Phone: 9013230031
Email: info@urbanearthmemphis.com
Website: http://www.urbanearthmemphis.com
 

Mon Jun 10, 2019 9 AM - 12 PM

Junior Master Gardener Plant Camp - Plants Go & Grow!
Ages 8- 12
Monday - Friday, June 10- June 14, 2019 9a.m.-Noon

Plant Growth and Development. Have you ever imagined what our world would be like without plants? Plants are the beginning of the food chain, the clothes in your closet, the air we breath, which makes our world beautiful.
Learning will be through hands-on activities, crafts, and music including a service project.
Friday at 11:30 will be the Parents' Program. Parents are encouraged to attend.
The fee for Plant Camp is $40.00 per participant. (If you have more than 1 participant please register each separately). This includes all project materials, activities, and Plant Camp T-shirt. To register your child for Plant Camp, you need to: (1) go to the website listed below, (2) click on "Purchase" on the right to make a payment by credit card, and then (3) download and mail the medical form to:
Agricenter International
7777 Walnut Grove Road, Box 9
Memphis, TN 38120
Attn: Tim Roberts
Registration closes June 5, 2019
Location: Agricenter International 7777 Walnut Grove Road, Box 9
Contact: Tim Roberts, Extension Agent
Phone: 901-757-7777 ext. 5 (Education)
Website: http://www.agricenter.org/plantcamp

 

Mon Jun 10, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/

 

Thu Jun 13, 2019 12 PM - 1 PM

Lunch and Learn - What is the TN Extension Master Gardener Program
What is the TN Extension Master Gardener Program presented by Dr. Chris Cooper, UT Extension Agent,
Shelby County Tennessee
Location: Agricenter - 7777 Walnut Grove Rd, Bldg C
Contact: Booker T Leigh
Phone: 901-752-1207
Email: bleigh1@utk.edu

 

Mon Jun 17, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:30 PM

Community Garden Series: Southern Gardening: Night Blooming Flowers
Join local Master Gardener, Therese Mangold, for a discussion of night blooming flowers.. Pre-registration is
required. Registration begins three weeks prior to each event. Please call 757-7323 to register.
Location: Germantown Community Library, 1925 Exeter, Germantown
Phone: 901-757-7323
Website: http://www.germantown-library.org
 

Wed Jun 19, 2019 12 PM - 1 PM

Dixon Munch & Learn: Healthy Soil and Healthy Plants with Carl Wayne Hardeman
Healthy Soil and Healthy Plants with Carl Wayne Hardeman, Lifetime Master Gardener, Memphis Area Master Gardener Association.

Location: Dixon Gallery & Gardens, 4339 Park Ave, Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: 901-761-5250
Website: http://www.dixon.org
 

Sat Jun 22, 2019 10 AM - 12 PM

Dixon Workshop: Fern Identification with Richie Steffan
Fern Identification with Richie Steffen, President of the Hardy Fern Foundation
Saturday, June 22, 10:00am – 12:00pm, Catmur Horticulture Building
Registration required | Space limited
Members $10; non-members $15
Please call (901) 761-5250 to register
Location: Dixon Gallery and Gardens - Catmur Hort Bldg, 4339 Park Ave, Memphis 38117
Phone: 901-761-5250
Website: http://www.dixon.org
 

Sat Jun 22, 2019 1 PM

Urban Earth Seminar - Shade Gardening
Work with Nature – shade can be hard if you are fighting with nature. Learn to be one with the shade garden and which of our plants are best for a long show!
Location: Urban Earth Garden Center, 80 Flicker St, Memphis
Phone: 9013230031
Email: info@urbanearthmemphis.com
Website: http://www.urbanearthmemphis.com
 

Sun Jun 23, 2019 2 PM - 3 PM

Dixon: Ferns - Amazing Plants from Ancient Times with Richie Steffen
There is growing excitement for ferns in today’s garden and Richie Steffen is just the person to share this swell of enthusiasm. Richie is the executive director of the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden, president of the Hardy Fern Foundation and co-author and co-photographer of the popular The Plant Lovers Guide to Ferns. His lecture will explore the historical popularity of ferns along with showcasing many beautiful and unusual ferns hes encountered on his travels. A visual feast of texture, color and garden use will leave you ready to add more of these unique plants to your garden.

Book signing after the lecture.

Free with Membership or Regular Admission
Location: Dixon Gallery & Gardens, 4339 Park Ave, Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: 901-761-5250
Website: http://www.dixon.org
 

Mon Jun 24, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Sat Jun 29, 2019 10:30 AM - 12 PM

Dixon Workshop: Growing Ferns from Spores with Dr. Eugene Mckenzie
Growing Ferns from Spores with Dr. Eugene McKenzie, President of the Memphis Fern Society

Saturday, June 29, 10:30-12:00pm, Catmur Horticulture Building

Registration required | Space limited
Members $10; non-members $15
Please call (901) 761-5250 to register
Location: Dixon Gallery and Gardens - Catmur Hort Bldg
Phone: 901-761-5250
Website: http://www.dixon.org
 

Mon Jul 01, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Mon Jul 08, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Mon Jul 15, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Mon Jul 15, 2019 6:30 PM

Community Garden Series: Southern Gardening: Queen Bees and Wannabees
Join local Master Gardener, Michelle Short, for a discussion on bees. Pre-registration is
required. Registration begins three weeks prior to each event. Please call 757-7323 to register.
Location: Germantown Community Library, 1925 Exeter, Germantown
Phone: 901-757-7323
Website: http://www.germantown-library.org
 

Thu Jul 18, 2019 12 PM - 1 PM

Lunch and Learn - Designing a Perennial Border
Designing a Perennial Border - presented by Joellen Dimond, TSU Extension Agent, Tipton County Tennessee
Location: Agricenter - 7777 Walnut Grove Rd, Bldg C
Contact: Booker T Leigh
Phone: 901-752-1207
Email: bleigh1@utk.edu

 

Mon Jul 22, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Mon Jul 29, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Mon Aug 05, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Mon Aug 12, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Mon Aug 12, 2019 6:30 PM

Community Garden Series: Southern Gardening: Nine Rules for a Mixed Border
Master Gardener, Jean Ward-Jones presents “Nine Rules for a Mixed and Blended Garden”. Check these nine rules for a mixed and blended garden and compare them against your garden to get some great ideas for improving the overall look, dressing up a particular area, using your own unique creative style and pulling it all together. Registration begins three weeks prior to each event. Please call 757-7323 to register.
Location: Germantown Community Library, 1925 Exeter, Germantown
Phone: 901-757-7323
Website: http://www.germantown-library.org
 

Thu Aug 15, 2019 12 PM - 1 PM

Lunch and Learn - Summer Diseases & Insect Control on Plants
Summer Diseases & Insect Control on Plants - presented by Walter Battle, UT Extension Agent, Haywood County Tennessee
Location: Agricenter - 7777 Walnut Grove Rd, Bldg C
Contact: Booker T Leigh
Phone: 901-752-1207
Email: bleigh1@utk.edu

 

Mon Aug 19, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Mon Aug 26, 2019 9 AM - 5 PM

Memphis Botanic Gardens Celebrates Memphis Bicentennial
In honor of Memphis' 200 year milestone, the Memphis Botanic Garden has installed a new celebratory planting. Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week.
“The Mississippi River is the heart of Memphis”, said Rick Pudwell; Director of Horticulture for the Memphis Botanic Garden. “For that reason, we made the river the centerpiece of a new bed of plantings honoring our City and its 200th birthday”, said Pudwell.
Called the Bicentennial Blues Bed, this new, year-long planting opened this week and is located just outside of the Four Seasons Garden and easily in view of the thousands of guests who visit to the Garden each week. The bed features blue hued plants; including Blue Hydrangea’s (arguably the most popular plant in the south), Blue Point Junipers, Dianthus, African Plumbago, Blue Hawaii Ageratum and more!
“As a City of Memphis owned property, we are proud to lend our support and expertise to the celebration of this 200 year milestone”, said Mike Allen; Executive Director of the Memphis Botanic Garden.
Location: Memphis Botanic Gardens, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117
Website: http://www.memphisbotanicgarden.com/
 

Thu Sep 12, 2019 12 PM - 1 PM

Lunch and Learn - Fabulous Fall Floral Fun
Fabulous Fall Floral Fun - presented by Lee Sammons, UT Extension Agent, Hardeman County Tennessee
Location: Agricenter - 7777 Walnut Grove Rd, Bldg C
Contact: Booker T Leigh
Phone: 901-752-1207
Email: bleigh1@utk.edu

 

Thu Sep 19, 2019 7 PM

Mid-South Hosta Society -
Location: Memphis Botanic Garden, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis 38117
Website: http://www.midsouthhostasociety.org
 

Thu Oct 03, 2019 12 PM - 1 PM

Lunch and Learn - The Correct Way to Plant Trees and Shrubs
The Correct Way to Plant Trees and Shrubs - presented by Booker T Leigh, UT Extension Agent, Shelby County Tennessee
Location: Agricenter - 7777 Walnut Grove Rd, Bldg C
Contact: Booker T Leigh
Phone: 901-752-1207
Email: bleigh1@utk.edu

 

Thu Oct 17, 2019 7 PM

Mid-South Hosta Society -
Location: Memphis Botanic Garden, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis 38117
Website: http://www.midsouthhostasociety.org
 

UT/TSU Shelby County Extension Office
Agricenter International - Wing B
7777 Walnut Grove Rd,
Memphis TN 38120.
Phone: 901-752-1207 Fax: 901-752-6240