The Door County Master Gardeners are pleased to announce its first 2018 Gardening Education Program. Kori Zawojski, of Sunnypoint Gardens and Gifts, will present “What’s New for 2018” on Jan. 9, 7 pm at Crossroads at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay.
Despite the frigid temperatures, spring really is just around the corner. Even though Door County gardens may be buried in snow and ice, now is the time gardeners start planning for next summer.
Members of the public are invited to come and discover the finest new gardening trends, from color and container ideas to new garden styles. Using lots of colorful pictures, Zawojski will share some of the hot new annuals and perennials for Door County gardens. Attendees will walk away thinking about spring and all the new varieties they can add to their gardens this year. This program is always well-attended and informative, so plan to join the crowd.
Each year the Door County Master Gardeners Association offers the public free garden-related educational programs presented at Crossroads at Big Creek in Sturgeon Bay. Covering a variety of topics tailored to life in Door County, the presentations take place on select Tuesdays at 7 pm throughout the winter. These programs are always free and open to the public. For more information visit dcmga.org/education.html.