Join The Wareham Garden Club for our March meeting~
Please note that our March meeting has been rescheduled to Thursday, March 16, same time, 9:30am.
Have you ever wondered which perennials are better to divide and transplant and in which season is the better time to do it? According to Suzanne Mahler, our March 9th speaker, nearly all perennials benefit from periodic division.
Suzanne Mahler, our guest speaker, is an expert on many areas of gardening, and will give a talk on Dividing and Transplanting Perennials. We’ll learn from her what the indicators are for division, which plants require regular separation, the best times to split and transplant, tools of the trade, and methods of division.
Ms. Mahler is Past President of the New England Daylily Society, overseer for the Mass. Horticultural Society, an active member of a garden club, and is employed at a garden center. Over the past 30 years, Suzanne has spoken at the Boston, Rhode Island, and New England Spring Flower Shows, Art in Bloom at the Museum of Fine Arts, the Environmental Protection Agency, and garden clubs and organizations throughout the New England area.
Suzanne grows extensive collections of perennials including more than 650 daylily cultivars and 250 varieties of hosta. “Mahler Gardens” was formerly designated as a National Display Garden for the American Daylily Society and remains open to the public, dawn to dusk, during the month of July.
Members and non-members welcome at no charge
Thursday, March 9, begins at 9:30am
Rescheduled to Thursday, March 16
Held at St. Patrick's Hall
82 High St., Wareham
Short meeting, followed by presentation and refreshments
For program and/or membership info, please email: