Short Courses/Speaking Topics
2014 January Lectures by June Mays
Emmet O'Neal Library
50 Oak Street
Mountain Brook, AL
Free Events Sponsored by the Library
January 4 -- Landscape Worthy Native Plants - Winners of the Beauty Pageant
Almost everyone understands the goodness of using native plants in our landscapes. However, not all native plants are pretty. Come see which ones are worth your time, how to plant them, and how to take care of them.
Janurary 11 -- Low Maintenance Planting
Are you too busy with kids, work, and volunteering to take care of your garden? Do you have too many aches and pains to enjoy caring for your garden? Is it time to pull up and give away the prima donnas and plant the good old girls? Come see what to plant and tips for cutting back on maintenance.
Janurary 18 -- The New American Cottage Garden - Planting for Drought Tolerance
Just because we had a lot of rain in 2013 doesn't mean we won't have any more dry summers and falls. Want to cut back on your watering bill? Come see what to plant to get the lush cottage look without moisture loving plants.
Illustrated Lecture Topics
Invite June to give a powerpoint presentation to your garden club or other group.
Click here to see a list of topics.
To inquire about fees or to schedule one of these presentations,
call (205) 324-7476 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
June is a Graduate of the English Gardening School in London, a member of the Garden Writers Association, and the Association of Professional Landscape Designers. She has consulted or designed over 100 gardens, has written for many garden magazines, and spoken all over the country.