February 6 Wednesday 6:30 PM GBBG
Roxy Kallatsa, Blue Horse Design
Landscaping with Natives
February 19 Tuesday 6:30 PM GBBG
Jessica Theime, Monarch Joint Venture
Learn all about this citizen science opportunity to further the research of everyone’s favorite butterfly. The presentation will cover monarch biology, their current status and threats to their population, the data that is needed to improve conservation efforts, this nationwide monitoring effort, and how everyone can be involved at different levels.
March 19 Tuesday 6:30 PM GBBG
Jim La Luzerne and Justin Kroening
Wisconsin Shrubs and Trees
WO Members Jim LaLuzerne and Justin Kroening will speak on Native Shrubs and trees in preparation for our Tree and Shrub sale to be held this Spring. Pre orders will be due April 1. Pick up May 18-19 at Stone Silo.
April 27 12:00 Rise and Grind, Third Floor, Brown County Central Library How to Really Save the Bees
Nancy Lawson, Author of The Humane Gardener
Presented by WOGB, GBBG, and NEW Master Gardeners
for Untitledtown Book Festival
May 18 & 19 Stone Silo Prairie Gardens
Tree and Shrub Pick Up Days
2325 Oak Ridge Circle
Saturday 9-2, Sunday 9-12
All orders must be picked up at this time.
May 31/June1 Green Bay Botanical Garden Fair
Friday 12-7 Saturday 8-2
WOGB booth with Pollinator Garden Kits for sale
May/June Spring Yard Tours
Dates TBD dependent on weather and bloom time
Well established and maintained urban garden, One of the first WO Member gardens in the area, designed by Don Vorpahl, has evolved and matured with spring ephemerals putting on a show.
Lupines, lupines, lupines and more
July 10 5:30 PM An evening in the garden at La Luzerne’s
4238 Pouwels Ct, DePere
BYO Dinner Joint event with Door Peninsula WO Chapter. Refreshments provided by Jim and Sandy La Luzerne. Tours of the gardens after dinner or on your own.
August 10 Saturday 10-2 Stone Silo Prairie Gardens
Annual Native Plant Sale/Festival
Fall garden tours TBD
October 15 6:30 GBBG Throwback Event!
Member Slide(Flash Drive) Show
November 13 Fall Gathering and Seed Exchange, Election of Officers
"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much" ~ Helen Keller