COURSE IS NOW OVER. A fixture among Eastern Shore gardeners, Ken Morgan of Robin’s Nest Floral & Garden Center brings his popular gardening class back to Chesapeake Forum this fall.  

Ken will provide us with a great discussion of the peculiarities of our Eastern Shore climate and how this affects you and your landscape.  He will start with a brief discussion on preparing shrubs, trees, and lawns for our winter season, including such topics as fertilizing, pruning, and weed control.  But importantly, we get to tap into his many years of experience dealing with the seasons here on the Eastern Shore to answer our questions!  Whether you are new to the Eastern Shore or puzzled over solving a particular problem in your landscape, come prepared to learn a lot from Ken!  All gardening questions are encouraged and welcomed in what is sure to be a useful and educational class as we shift from fall into winter.  Current COVID requirements will be followed.  Enrollment is limited.

This course will take place at Robin’s Nest in Easton

Single Session / Saturday |Oct. 16 | 10:00 – 11:30 am | $10

Ken Morgan

Born and raised in Easton, Ken is co-owner of Robin’s Nest Floral & Design Center in Easton. With decades of experience, Ken is a popular speaker for various organizations throughout the Eastern Shore and has conducted countless lawn and garden talks over the years. He is also known for his weekly how-to gardening radio shows for our local radio stations.

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