Date(s) - Wednesday, January 27, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join Tara Nolan, freelance writer, editor, and speaker, as she inspires you to transform your front yard into a vital living space.
Looking for ideas of transform your front yard from a bland grass-scape into a vital living space? Join Tara Nolan as she provides you with the inspiration to tackle new designs and front yard concepts. Building on ideas from her new book, Tara will teach you about sustainable design, planting for pollinators and sneaking vegetables into your front yard perennial garden. Learn about rain gardens and eco-friendly grass alternatives, and tackle easy projects like planting a sedum carpet on your driveway (as featured in Trellis magazine). Explore your creative side by building a pollinator palace, turning a window well into a raised bed, or making a side table for your front yard patio to grow lettuce. Embrace new ideas, and get ready to dig in once Spring arrives!
About Tara Nolan
Tara Nolan is a writer, editor and speaker. She is a co-founder of the award-winning gardening website Savvy Gardening. Her work has appeared in the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star, CBC Life and Garden Making, among others. Tara’s latest book, Gardening Your Front Yard: Projects and Ideas for Big & Small Spaces was published in March 2020. Her first book, the best-selling Raised Bed Revolution: Build it, Fill it, Plant it…Garden Anywhere, came out in 2016. Tara was also the award-winning web editor of Canadian Gardening magazine’s website for six years and appeared as a gardening expert on WNED Buffalo’s gardening special Garden Wisdom.
To purchase a copy of Tara Nolan’s book Gardening Your Front Yard: Projects and Ideas for Big & Small Spaces, visit the TBG Garden Shop.
Public $15; TBG Member or Volunteer $10
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