Door County Master Gardeners Association (DCMGA) will present “What’s New for 2019,” the first in a series of nine gardening-education lectures, on Jan. 15, 7 pm, at Crossroads at Big Creek. The speaker, Kori Zawojski, owner of Sunnypoint Gardens in Egg Harbor, will explore the hottest garden trends and the newest varieties in annuals, perennials and shrubs for 2019.
All of the 2019 DCMGA lectures are held on Tuesdays at 7 pm at Crossroads at Big Creek. They are free and open to the public. Upcoming programs include “Woody Peonies: The Little Shrub with Big Flowers” by Nate Bremer (Jan. 22); “Animals of Land and Water” by Charlotte Lukes (Jan. 29); “Wisconsin’s State Fruit: The Cranberry” by Annie Deutsch (Feb. 5); “Next Century Vision for Door County Parks” by Ben Nelson (Feb. 19); “Sustainable Vegetable Gardens” by Kristina Beuning (March 5); “The Ecological Garden” by Ben Futa (March 19); “Bulbalicious” by Mark Konlock (April 9); and “Garden Mistakes” by Mark Dwyer (April 23). For more information, visit dcmga.org.