The Eugene Chapter of the American Rhododendron Society invite gardeners to hear a lecture:
Truls Jensen of Wild Ginger Farm in Beavercreek, Oregon, presenting
“Lessons From On High: Improving Your Garden Using Rock Gardening Techniques And Mountain Plants.”
It’s FREE and open to the public
Thursday March 9th
Campbell Center, 155 High St., Eugene, Oregon
Doors open at 6:00pm
Mr. Jensen will discuss techniques that will enable us to better grow alpine and other mountain plants at lower elevations, and how these techniques also help us to improve our success with other perennials as well. Many Rhododendrons and other plant species are from high mountain areas and benefit from soil modifications and exposure for high mountain plants. Healthy plants means happier gardeners.