Lynden's Garden Series: Key Pests of Landscape Plants

Saturday, August 12, 2017, 10 am-12 noon

A Workshop with Sharon Morrisey, Consumer Horticulture Agent, Milwaukee County University of Wisconsin-Extension

Photo: Viburnum Leaf Beetle Damage

Fee: $15/$10 members
Registration: Space is limited; advance registration required. Register by phone at 414-446-8794.

This workshop is part of Lynden's Garden Series, a series of workshops throughout the spring and summer of 2017 that take a broad view of what it means to garden. For more information, click here.

Along with sun and rain, you can count on pests, both insects and diseases, eventually turning up in your lawn and garden. Knowing which pests to expect and how to identify when they arrive is the key to preventing a minor infestation from becoming a major setback. This session will help you become familiar with many of Southeast Wisconsin’s most common nuisance insect and disease pests, and provide an early look at some up and coming unwanted organisms that every homeowner will want to know about. You will learn several resources for identifying our most common pests and a variety of techniques for managing them.

About Sharon Morrisey

Sharon Morrisey has been lending her horticulture knowledge and expertise to Wisconsin’s residents since 1992. As the Consumer Horticulture Agent for Milwaukee County University of Wisconsin-Extension she serves both individual and groups across a broad range of yard and garden related topics. Sharon is frequently featured on local media—you may know her from her regular guest spot on the Fox6 Wake-Up News show's Green Thumb Garden. Sharon is a good friend of the Lynden Sculpture Garden and occasionally leads tree walks on the grounds.

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