Ina Brundrett Conservation Education Center at the Pineywoods Native Plant Center, 2900 Raguet Street, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX 75962. Social at 6:30 pm. Lecture at 7:00 pm (typically 45-50 minutes), followed by an exciting plant raffle! Parking is available at the Pineywoods Native Plant Center and at Raguet Elementary.
2019 LECTURE SERIES
Jan 10 - Jay White, Editor of Texas Gardener, Brenham, Texas. “Home Garden Trends - Average Gardeners, Mean Vegetables and Distributed Benefits.”
Feb 14 - Linda Gay, ArborGate and Horticultural Consultant, Tomball, TX. “Climbers, Twisters and Viners - Using Vertical Space.”
Mar 14 - Joy Columbus, Director of Horticulture, Houston Botanical Garden, Houston, Texas. “A walk through the Houston Botanic Garden: The Global Garden Revealed.”
Apr 11 - Daniel Cunningham, Extension Specialist, TAMU, Dallas, Texas. “Eat the Yard: A Guide to Edible Landscape Plants.”
May 9 - Marc Pastorek, Prairie Activist and Horticulturist, Covington, LA. “The Prairie Inspired Garden – Fun with Seed!”
Jun 13 - Allen Owings, Horticultural Consultant, Hammond, LA. “Crimes Against Horticulture – Common Improper Practices.”
Jul 11 - Jonathan Judice, Environmental Design, Tomball, TX. “Tips and Tricks for Planting the Right Tree in the Right Way in the Right Spot.”
Aug 8 - Jordan Cunningham, Greenhouse Technician, SFA Gardens, Nacogdoches, TX. “The Life and Times of a Nursery Worker: Propagation, Production and Morale."
Sep 12 - Heather Thormahlen, Territory Manager, Treetown USA, Houston, TX. “Nature’s Bounty for Home and Business – Using Natural Vegetation for Wreaths, Garlands and Table Decorations.”
Oct 10 - Jocelyn Moore, Environmental Education, SFA Gardens, Nacogdoches, TX. “Changing Young Lives, One Garden Bud at a Time – Environmental Education for our Youngest Citizens.”
Nov 14 - Jeb Fields, LSU Gardens, Hammond, LA – “Gardening in the Deep South the Cajun Way – Observations from Plant Trials.”
Dec 12 - Dave Creech, Director, SFA Gardens, Nacogdoches, TX. "Reconnaissance in the Pursuit of Knowledge is Seldom Wasted – New Plants for a 21st Century East Texas.”