Jaw-Dropping Flowering Shrubs: New Webinar from Kerry Mendez

Just ten days until Kerry Mendez’s latest webinar, Jaw Dropping Shrubs–The New No-Fuss Glamour Plants, goes live on Thursday, April 27 at 2pm Eastern time. Are you looking for high impact, low-maintenance, pollinator-friendly plants for your garden? Then flowering shrubs are your answer! Kerry’s online lecture features exceptional, head-turning varieties that will be the talk of the neighborhood. The presentation includes a handout (along with each shrub’s pruning requirements), the opportunity to ask questions during the webinar, door prizes and a CEU form for green industry professionals and Master Gardeners. Learn more about this online presentation and registration details by clicking here.

shrubs in front of porch

More than 50 outstanding shrubs will be showcased in Kerry’s online lecture.

I always learn something new from Kerry’s presentations, whether it’s a tip like “of all the kinds of hydrangeas, only H. paniculata can be trained into a tree form”, or learning about a new plant I’d never heard of: ‘Crimson Fans’ mukdenia. And compared to other gardening online webinars which cost up to $20, Kerry’s webinars are very affordable. Click here to find out more!

Shrubs featured in webinar

The webinar features exceptional, head-turning varieties that will be the talk of the neighborhood.

Can’t make it on Thursday? No worries!

The live broadcast is scheduled for Thursday, April 27 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time. You do not have to ‘attend’ the April 27 lecture! ALL registrants will receive an email a few days after the broadcast with a link and password to watch the presentation at their convenience. The lecture is between 60 and 75 minutes in length. More than 50 outstanding shrubs will be showcased (representing a hardiness range of Zones 3 – 9)!

‘Invincibelle Wee White’ hydrangea

One of these is Hydrangea arborescens ‘Invincibelle Wee White’. This little darling is a miniaturized ‘Annabelle’. It is just as rock-hardy and drought-tolerant but it only gets 2.5′ tall. It struts its stuff in sun to part shade and is hardy to Zone 3. A perfect specimen for the landscape or containers!

amazing shrubs featured in Kerry Mendez's webinar

Jaw-dropping is the word for it!

To learn more about this April broadcast, click here.

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