Tuesday 11-01-22 07:00 pm (Eastern)
Location: VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM
Big Ecological Benefits in Small Sizes
Even with limited space you can still plant beautifully and ecologically with a wide array of small native trees. Learn which choices are most suitable for your region and provide important ecological services, including: nectar, pollen, fruit, seeds, nuts and berries, cover and bird nesting sites. Get the information you need to source and correctly plant the best small native trees.
Kim Eierman is the Founder of EcoBeneficial LLC. She is an environmental horticulturist and ecological landscape designer, specializing in native plants. Based in New York, Kim teaches at the New York Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Native Plant Center, Rutgers Home Gardeners School and several other institutions. She is the author of the book, The Pollinator Victory Garden: Win the War on Pollinator Decline with Ecological Gardening.
Kim provides horticultural consulting and native landscape design to homeowners and commercial clients, including landscape architects and engineers. In addition to being a Certified Horticulturist through the American Society for Horticultural Science, Kim is an accredited Organic Landscape Professional, a Steering Committee member of The Native Plant Center, and a member of The Ecological Landscape Alliance and Garden Communicators International.
Registration for this program will close at 4:00 PM on the day of the program.
This program is eligible for 1.0 Rutgers Master Gardener CEU.
This program will not be recorded.
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Please note: ONLY MEMBERS OF THE FRIENDS OF THE FRELINGHUYSEN ARBORETUM are eligible for the discounted rate. Members of all other groups should register as a non-member.