Delaware Valley University Life Sciences Building Auditorium, DOYLESTOWN; Every year Sharee Solow sees dozens of new perennials listed in catalogs. All of them arent winners, some look just like what we already have, and only time in the ground will tell us how good they will be in our region. Sharee will pull out the ones that look the best and tell us what is supposed to set these apart from the crowd.
    Sharee Solows skill and vision are demonstrated as she seeks to expand the garden ideal in her numerous designs, lectures, articles, and classes. Her broad background spanning theater, marketing, horticulture, and landscape architecture coupled with extensive international travel, forms the aesthetic palate needed to handle the diverse creative demands found in clients outdoor spaces. She completed intensive seminars in Japan where she earned certificates in garden design history, construction, and maintenance. Her entertaining lectures embrace a full range of skills and interests including contractors, trade groups, extension services, and garden clubs; as well as those interested in various aspects of international culture and travel. She is a past board member, guest judge and academic jurist for many regional organization, professor of Perennial Design at Temple-Ambler, active with ASLA, APLD, NAJGA, PPA, GWA and is PA Certified Horticulturist #824. See her magazine articles at:

    This talk is Co-sponsored by Penn State Extension, Bucks Beautiful and Feeneys Wholesale Nursery

    All Lectures are held in the Life Sciences Auditorium
    Light refreshments at 6:30 pm; Lecture 7:00 pm

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