The Master Lecture Series - This annual lecture is made possible by The Secchia Family.
The arrival of spring ushers in the perfect time to gear up for gardening! Whether you’re a longtime garden aficionado or starting to garden for the first time, the changing season provides a chance to rediscover the potential of a space, no matter its size—large yards to small containers. This year’s Secchia Garden Lecture will inspire us to rethink how we can support native bees, hummingbirds and butterflies in the choices we make for our home gardens.
In her lecture, Myers will show how you can enjoy the many benefits of attracting bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies to your yard or garden. You’ll enjoy their beauty and increased productivity; they’ll benefit from the food, water and shelter you provide.
She will share a variety of stunning plant combinations and designs sure to attract pollinators to your garden—no matter the size! Myers’ book, The 2022 Midwest Gardener’s Handbook, will be available for sale in the DeVos Keeler Gift Shop. A book signing with the author will take place immediately following the lecture.
SAVE THE DATE: Registration is required. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Eve Boyer at 616-975-3145.