|Saturdays, at 11 a.m.|
The Garden Walks for August 15 are fully registered - A new workshop has been scheduled for Saturday August 22 at 11
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|Free and open to the public. Regstration required; Space is limited|
Tranquil Lake Nursery in Rehoboth, Massachusetts will offer four garden walks to celebrate the cxhanges in the garden from mid summer through to early fall. These walks are designed to highlight the many plants and plant combinations that bring beauty and color to the late garden
Our dog days walks are referencing the hot days of August, when the dog star dominates the night sky. However, with all the heat and drought lately, our canine friends are also feeling the worst for wear. Let's hope that the heat will end tomorrow and the rains will appear. Then Daphne and the rest of us will be bright and alert again.
Saturday, August 15 & 22 Garden Walk: What's in Bloom: Dog Days in the Garden
Though by August, the heat and humidity may take its toll on the gardener, a garden designed with a plant palette to withstand the dog-days and drought of summer also offers a stunning exuberance of flowers, maturing seed heads and colorful foliage. Warren Leach will lead you through the gardens at Tranquil Lake Nursery to showcase planting design in gardens that continue to dazzle from late summer, fall and onward. Celebrate the flowers that stand up to the heat of the August garden.
Both workshops are now full 11 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
An Additional Workshop is Scheduled for August 22 at 11 a.m.
Saturday, September 12 Garden Walk: September Flowers
Join Warren Leach, garden designer and landscape horticulturist for a tour of the gardens at Tranquil Lake Nursery with a focus on the Plants that offer flowers in September and beyond.
Saturday, September 19 Garden Walk: Foliage and Texture
Join garden design and nursery owner Warren Leach for a walk in the gardens at Tranquil Lake Nursery to explore perennials, trees and shrubs with outsstanding foliage and texture.
Saturday, September 26 Garden Walk: The Late Season Garden
Join Warren Leach, garden designer and landscape horticulturist for a tour of the gardens at Tranquil Lake Nursery with a focus on plants that excel in the Late Season and into the winter.
At Tranquil Lake Nursery, you will also see more than 8 acres of fields of Siberian Iris and Japanese Iris and daylilies blooming in the fields. The nursery is the largest grower of these beautiful perennials in the northeast, with over 2,000 cultivars of daylilies in our fields. The display gardens showcase the iris and daylilies as well as a diverse selection of perennials, herbs, vines, shrubs, small trees, grasses and tender perennials. All walks are free and will be held on Saturdays at 11 a.m.