Earth Tones Native Plant Nursery & Landscapes

Where To Find us, Events 2012

Wednesday, December 31st, 2008

We are looking forward to a great year! Come join us as we present at some terrific gatherings!

Jan 4 2012
CT Nursery and Landscape Association Winter Symposium
Manchester Community College, Manchester, CT
Presentation on -
“Rain Gardens -Storm Water Management, Aesthetics and Habitat”
Learn the importance behind Rain Gardens and the fundamentals of building one!

Jan 24 2012
Garden Club of Newtown 12:00pm
Booth Library , Main Street , Newtown, CT
Presentation on -
“Introduction to Native Plants and Landscaping Ideas”
Why are Native Plants so important? Understand the wonderful ecological impact you can have by incorporating Native Plants into your landscape.

Feb 1 2012
New England Grows!
www.NewEnglandGrows.org
3 day event!
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center - Boston, MA
Presentation - “Where the Wild Things Are - Designing with Native Plants”
Learn the intrinsic relationship between flora and fauna, learn how to build a native plant palette for specific ecological sites, gain inspiration for your next design using Native Plants.

Feb 14 2012
Pomperaug Valley Garden Club 11:00am
Woodbury Emergency Service Building, Quassuk Road, Woodbury CT
Presentation on -
“Native Plants- How to help the world by starting in your own backyard”

April 21 2012
Earth Day Celebration Woodbury CT 11am - 4pm
Come Join us and many other participants at Hollow Park for the Earth Day Celebration. The theme will be “Reduce Reuse Recycle”
Go Green!

April 22 2012
Earth Tones Official Opening Day!

April 28 2012
Ansonia Nature Center , Ansonia CT
Help continue the Earth Day celebration with events, hikes, woodland tours, song, dance and merriment!

May 15 2012
Danbury Women’s Club 10:00 am
Here at Earth Tones - Get a full tour of the nursery, the propagation methods, the office built from the timber off the land, the very green and very sustainable methods used , the mini Sphagnum peat bog with native carnivorous plants and orchids, enjoy the display gardens and of course have access to native ferns, perennials, trees and shrubs we offer for sale to the public. ( up to about 400 species available!)
Call us to have your Garden Club signed up for a tour!

May 22 2012
Flander’s Nature Center Hosts a presentation by Lisa on attracting pollinators
6:30pm at Woodbury Library on Main St, Woodbury
Earth Tones joins in a discussion of “The Plight of the Pollinators” with a presentation directing gardeners towards specific native plant material most beneficial to our native pollinators.

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