One of the best characteristics gardeners enjoy is the fragrance and sweet odors in the garden. Besides the beautiful flowers visible to the eye, scent allows our other senses to come alive. Our sense of smell operates a powerful reminiscence of memories in our brain. Interestingly, we remember how something smelled from the past when we smell that plant again. Often when in the garden, an individual will take a whiff of a flower here at the Edison Ford Gardens and respond fondly, “That smells like the flowers in my Grandmother’s garden.”
Start your own fragrant garden after touring and learning about the plants that grow well from some of the historical plants Mina Edison enjoyed. Wear comfortable shoes, hat, and sunscreen for a tour of the fragrant plants found in the Edison Ford Gardens. Participants will receive a 20% discount in the Garden Shoppe.
Date: Saturday, January 14, 2017. 10 am. Meet at the Information Booth outside the ticket office.
Cost: Edison Ford Members $10; non-members $15. To register contact Leeanne Criswell, Edison Ford Program Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Garden Events and Talks:
February 11 & 12 – Edison Garden Festival (Free)
March 11 – Garden Talk: Growing Orchids in Trees
April 8 – Garden Talk: How to Plant & Establish Trees & Shrubs
May 13 – Garden Talk: Using Fertilizers & Amendments