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Description: Clematis, a hardy but delicate-looking vine, adds color as it climbs through the garden. Explore a variety of ways to garden with clematis.
About this event

With some 300 species, clematis can be found on virtually every major continent but Antarctica. These hardy but delicate-looking, long-lived vines act as scramblers and climbers in the garden, adding a range of colors, size, and blooming seasons depending on how they are planted. Peggy Carter, Forsyth County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer, will present this program.

This class is part of the Arboretum Adult Education series that is typically held at the Arboretum and Gardens at Tanglewood Park in Clemmons, NC. The information in this class will focus on recommendations for Forsyth County, NC, and the Piedmont region. Registration will open 2 weeks prior to the class date.

This class will be offered virtually using zoom online meeting software. All registrants will receive details on how to join the webinar.


Oct 6 Wed