ZOOM Meeting featuring Anna Leggatt - "Clematis: The Queen of the Flowers"

Oct 18, 2020 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Our ZOOM meeting opens at 1:00 for members to check in and say hi.  Presentation will start at 1:30.

All members will receive an invitation by e-mail to join the Zoom meeting. A reminder will be sent the day before the meeting. If you can't find your copy of the e-mail with the invitation, first check your spam. If you still can't find it, send an e-mail to info [at] onrockgarden [dot] com before noon on the 18th telling us of the problem and we'll resend it.

Presentation

"Clematis: The Queen of the Garden"

Anna Leggatt
There are about 300 species of Clematis throughout the world, mainly in the Northern Hemisphere. Size ranges from tiny rock garden gems, herbaceous border stalwarts to large, aggressive vines. Flowering can be any season, depending on species. More and more hybrids are arriving on the market, from large to small flowered, in a dazzling array of colours. Anna will show species in the wild and in the garden. She will explain care and cultivation and give a glimpse of some of the new cultivars.

Speaker

Anna Leggatt

Anna has a BSc. in Botany from London University, a Diploma in Nature Interpretation from Humber College and a Diploma in Horticulture from Guelph. Anna offers lectures to Horticultural Societies and writes for several magazines on topics which include her travels abroad, and subjects that reflect her vast interest and passion for gardening. Anna is a past chair of the Ontario Rock Garden Society, former editor of the ORGS newsletter, past Director of North American Rock Garden Society and much, much more. In Anna's own words: "I am basically a mad gardener, gardening in a comparatively large garden in Toronto (Certified Wildlife Friendly) with lots of shade and mink, deer and groundhogs. Participated in Project Feeder Watch for the last 20 years. I love shrubs, bulbs, rock gardening, wildflowers, Japanese effects, working with stone and changing my garden design. I want to grow vegetables. However, deer and groundhogs would like me to as well."

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