Camellia at Natural Bridge State Park. (Photo: Special to the Chronicle)
Camellia grower Alden to speak at Esposito’s virtual seminar
Esposito’s is pleased to welcome camellia grower Tommy Alden to its virtual seminar series this week. Alden, owner of County Line Nursery in Byron, Georgia, will present “How to Speak Camellia” at 10 a.m. Saturday via Zoom.
“Tommy Alden has been growing camellias all his life and is a respected camellia show judge,” said Ms. Grow-It-All, aka Esposito garden consultant and seminar series host Audrey Post. “Many of the camellias we sell come from his nursery, and we are delighted he’s able to share his wealth of knowledge with our audience.”
The workshop is free but registration is required.
You may register by going to the Events section of our Facebook page, Esposito Garden Center, or visit espositogardencenter.com. Either way, click on the link to the Nov. 28 seminar. It will take you to the Zoom site to register. Your confirmation email will include your link and password to the seminar.
The Zoom portal will open at 9:30 a.m. and the seminar will begin at 10.
Native Nurseries opens Wren’s Nest Christmas Shop
Enjoy the beautiful grounds of Native Nurseries, 1661 Centerville Road, as you stroll through the fragrant Fraser fir Christmas tree forest and visit the Wren’s Nest Gift Shop.
Native Nurseries will now be open Sundays, Thanksgiving through Christmas, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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