Master Gardener Program to Detail Most Common Garden Dangers

The Door County Master Gardeners announce the third of nine 2016 Continuing Education Programs. On Feb. 9 at 7 pm, Nancy Santoriello will present “Murder, She Planted. Creating the Most Dangerous Garden in Town!” at Crossroads at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay.

The Door County Master Gardeners are pleased to welcome Door County Master Gardener Nancy Santoriello of Santoriello Landscape Maintenance, Sturgeon Bay (, who will help local gardeners explore the most common garden dangers. The presentation will expose atrocities committed by common criminal botanical families, glimpse into the offensive habits of uninvited garden visitors, and fall prey to wicked bugs and parasites.

After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in agriculture and a master’s degree in horticulture, Santoriello has been working in the industry for more than 13 years. She has worked for wholesale nurseries and for landscape contractors both in California and Door County. She is an Industry Certified Landscaper, a certification she obtained through the Professional Landcare Network, which offers an international certification program designed to raise the standards of the green industry. The program recognizes professionals who have taken their experience, skills and desire for excellence to a high level by studying, testing, and gaining certification.

The programs are free and open to the public. For more information contact [email protected].



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