Garden Tour with Dr. Larry Stritch and Penny Stritch
If you attended our April meeting, you will have heard Dr. Larry Stritch, U.S. Forest Service, National Botanist (Emeritus) talk about spring wildflowers. This month Penny Stritch will show her beautiful pictures of butterflies that visited the Stritch’s yard, and Larry will discuss native plants that can be used for either garden or meadow and their production methods. We will be treated to a tour of their yard.
Breakfast begins at 9:00am followed by the program at 9:30am. Bring a chair and a breakfast food to share, and garden plants for exchange. Plants for exchange can be placed on the back deck, and we ask that people enter the house through the door off the deck, rather than using the front door. Rain or shine.
Directions: Edward Drive is off of Scrabble Road, 7.5 miles NW of Shepherdstown, or 3 miles east of Bedington Crossroads, just a few yards east of the north end of Jacobs Road. There is a brown phone company shed at the corner. Once you are on Edward Drive, look for #146, the third house on the right.
Parking: People may park along the driveway, in the lawn.