It is open to the public at no charge. The presentation will provide information on selecting different types of containers and potting soil, choosing plants that complement each, designing arrangements, and maintaining the containers.
Cook has worked a Briggs Nursery for many years where her responsibilities include designing many of the planters that are on exhibit throughout the nursery. She is experienced in growing many types of plants, including herbs, vegetables, perennials and annuals and in how they may be incorporated into container gardening.
|Franklin Garden Club: meeting on Container Gardening features Kim Cook, Briggs Nursery - May 7|