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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 8 AM - 2:30 PM

Mid-South Hydrangea Society 14th Annual Garden Tour, Plant Sale & Speaker
Plan to attend the 14th Annual Hydrangea Society Garden Tour (Garden of Suzanne Allen 4830 Fleetview Avenue, Memphis, TN 38117 and Garden of Jennifer Edmonds 2651 Oakhurst Cove, Germantown, TN 38139), a presentation by Buddy Lee-"New, Better, Yours- Plant the Best Plants this Spring", and a Plant Sale on Saturday, June 22. Check flyer for completer information.
Plant Sale: 8am-10 am
Presentation: 10am-11am
Garden Tours: 11am- 2:30pm
Location: Dixon Gallery & Gardens- West Parking Lot

   

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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 10 AM - 11 AM

Introduction to House Plants
Refreshments and special discounts provided. Reservations not required.
Free.
Location: Palladio Garden- 2231 Central Avenue Memphis, TN
Contact: John Jennings
Email: john.jennings@palladiomemphis.com
 

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 in Seattle, 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
 

Sun Jun 23, 2019 2 PM

Memphis Orchid Society - Charles & Susan Wilson "Corlogyne and Jewel Orchids"
Memphis Orchid Society meeting at Memphis Botanic Garden. American Orchid Society judges and lifetime MOS members, Charles and Susan Wilson will present “Corlogyne and Jewel Orchids.” Visitors welcome.
Location: Memphis Botanic Garden, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis 38117
Contact: Kathrine Perryman
Email: kperryman@bellsouth.net
Website: http://memphisorchids.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/
 

Thu Jun 27, 2019 7 PM

Memphis Herb Society - Vermiculture & Biochar with Bill Abresch
Bill Abresch from Happy Daze Worm Farm (7204 Highway 178, Olive Branch, MS 38654) will share his expertise on growing soil! Yes, growing soil! Bill's success as a gardener and Farmers Market vendor in Collierville depend on incorporating organic principles of vermiculture composting and biochar directly into his garden. He uses both Red Worms and European Night Crawlers in his operation. His recent visit to the Vietnamese countryside, observing the different agricultural practices there for rice, bananas, pineapple, and coconut has confirmed to Bill that his organic methodology is sound. Bill Abresch wabresch@ymail.com
Location: Memphis Botanic Garden, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis 38117
Contact: Reni Erskine
Email: Urania@msn.com
 

Sat Jun 29, 2019 10 AM - 11 AM

Using Natural & Synthetic Chemical in the Garden
Presentation: John Jennings
Refreshments and special discounts provided. Reservations not required. Free
Location: Palladio Garden- 2231 Central Avenue Memphis, TN
Contact: John Jennings
Email: john.jennings@palladiomemphis.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/
 

Thu Jul 11, 2019 8 AM - 4 PM

30th SUMMER CELEBRATION Lawn & Garden Show -Kaleidoscope
Simply put, don't miss it. You will see the display gardens, you will learn from 9 am- 4 pm, you will be able to enjoy and shop the gardening vendors, you can tour the AgResearch Center, you can talk to the plant/ insect specialists, and you start off your day shopping the Plant Sale! Bring your imagination- this will be a Kaleidoscope of Everything Gardening! Go to the website link above to check out the schedule, map, and everything you will need to know. Oh yes, It's July...bring a hat. Some of this is inside, some outside, so at times you will deal with the sun. Enjoy, it's amazing.
Location: West TN AgResearch & Education Center 605 Airways Blvd. Jackson, TN
Website: http://west.tennessee.edu/events/SummerCeleb.asp

INFORMATION:Schedule, Garden Talks, Divas, Dining, Map, UT Gardens, Photos

 

Sat Jul 13, 2019 10 AM - 11 AM

Making Hardscape into Art
Bernard Meck’s creative construction is visionary, yet practical. While technically considered “hardscape,” the term does not do his work justice. Free-form concrete and horticulture barely describe his wonderful creations, and seeing his work in person is truly the only way to understand his art. Bernard has created grottos, exotic underwater worlds, and tropical paradises worldwide. In Memphis, his work is featured at the Memphis Zoo, Overton Park, and the Memphis Botanical Garden. Come let him give you inspiration for your yard. For a sense of his artistic creations, take a look at this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAbVLMPhYUI Check this out!
Location: Palladio Garden- 2231 Central Avenue Memphis, TN
Email: john.jennings@palladiomemphis.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

 

Sat Jul 20, 2019 9 AM - 4 PM

3rd Annual Mid-South Great Tomato Contest - Memphis Area Master Gardeners
Free event. No registration or parking fees. Community members across the Mid-South are invited to enter their homegrown tomatoes in one or more of the tomato categories: Slicing, Heirloom, Cherry, Heaviest, or Whatever(unique, ugly, unusual). Awards will be given:
Best Overall Tomato $300.
Best of Show - Slicing $100
Best of Show -Heirloom $100
Best of Show - Cherry $100
Best of Show - Whatever $100
Heaviest Tomato $100
Best Salsa $100
Junior Winner $100 (youth up to 12 yrs of age)

Entries will be accepted on July 20th from 9:00 am - 11 am
Judging will be held from 12-3pm
The awards ceremony is at 4:00 pm
Cooking Demo at 2:00 pm
Special Music guest at 3:00 pm- Hawaiian North 40 Ukulele Players.

All Day: Ask A Master Gardener Table with Tomato experts
Learning displays about growing tomatoes
Kids activities- Make a tomato puppet and plant a tomato
to take home
Location: Big Red Barn at Farmers Market- Agricenter 7777 Walnut Grove Rd Memphis TN 38120
Phone: 901-752-1207

 

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/
 

Sun Jul 28, 2019 2 PM

Memphis Orchid Society - Alex Kumok "Paphiopedilum Orchids"
Memphis Orchid Society meeting at Memphis Botanic Garden. MOS member, Alex Kumok will present “Paphiopedilum Orchids.” There will be an orchid auction. Visitors welcome.
Location: Memphis Botanic Garden, 750 Cherry Rd, Memphis 38117
Contact: Kathrine Perryman
Email: kperryman@bellsouth.net
Website: http://memphisorchids.org
 

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/
 

Wed Aug 21, 2019 12 PM - 1 PM

Munch & Learn:Carol Reese- 'Designing with Deviants'
Brown bag lecture featuring Carol Reese, research Horticulture Specialist, University of Tennessee. Bring your lunch or order boxed lunch from Park & Cherry by Chef Phillip. Free with regular admission.
Location: Dixon Gallery & Gardens, 4339 Park Ave, Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: 901-761-5250
Website: http://dixon.org
 

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/
 

Wed Aug 28, 2019 12 PM - 1 PM

Munch & Learn: Dake Skaggs "Women Garden Designers"
Brown bag lecture featuring Dale Skaggs, Director of Horticulture. Bring your lunch or order boxed lunch from Park & Cherry by Chef Phillip. Free with regular admission.
Location: Dixon Gallery & Gardens, 4339 Park Ave, Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: 901-761-5250
 

Wed Sep 04, 2019 12 PM - 1 AM

Munch & Learn: Matt & Tim Nichols "The Ornamental Obsession-Amazing New Woody Ornamentals that You will Want or Need for Your Collection"
Brown bag lecture featuring Matt and Tim Nichols (Mr.Maple of Japanese Maple Nursery, East Flat Rock, N.C. Bring your lunch or order boxed lunch from Park & Cherry by Chef Phillip. Free with regular admission.
Location: Dixon Gallery & Gardens, 4339 Park Ave, Memphis, TN 38117
Phone: 901-761-5250
 

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