January 31, 2022
The 29th once-a-year PBS Wisconsin Back garden & Landscape Expo presents attendees with a lush, midwinter oasis Feb. 11-13 at the Alliant Power Centre in Madison. Regardless of whether you are a seasoned gardener or nonetheless cultivating your eco-friendly thumb, find inspiration for your increasing season from stunning botanical exhibits and far more than 100 cost-free seminars and demonstrations.
Back garden & Landscape Expo will be a masked event. All attendees are needed to don a mask that handles their nose and mouth. Thank you for your cooperation with this critical security requirement.
Any person who is feeling unwell or exhibiting any signs or symptoms of ailment need to not show up at Backyard & Landscape Expo. Any person who has lately been diagnosed with COVID-19, has a short while ago experienced immediate get in touch with with an particular person diagnosed with or suspected to have COVID-19, or is exhibiting signs and symptoms typically associated with COVID-19 need to not attend Back garden & Landscape Expo. We will continually check for updates from well being officials.
Below is a sample of the wonderful instructional shows you can get pleasure from at the 2022 PBS Wisconsin Garden & Landscape Expo. For hrs, occasion data and to acquire advance discounted tickets, take a look at wigardenexpo.com.
“Cultivating Plant Homes” – Nika Vaughan, Plant Salon
Self-described plant collector Nika Vaughan joins us to examine how houseplant treatment is a compromise between the indigenous requires of your crops and the escalating ailments you can supply in your dwelling. She will also be representing her Chicago retail store, Plant Salon, in the Exhibitor Mall.
“Flowering Houseplants,” “Create a Tropical Paradise in Your Backyard, Patio or Deck” and “Year-Round Gardening with Flowering Shrubs” – Melinda Myers
Nationally identified gardening skilled, Tv and radio host, creator and columnist Melinda Myers will supply a variety of presentations on flowering houseplants, creating your have tropical paradise, and how to develop period-prolonged colour with flowering shrubs. Melinda’s presentations are made probable with assist from Mature Good and Diggers Hotline.
“The Ecological Garden” – Ben Futa, Let us Develop Stuff
Sign up for Ben Futa, host of PBS Wisconsin’s electronic sequence Let us Increase Stuff, as he explores tools and strategies you can use to beat troubles posed by local climate change. Ben will also greet site visitors at the PBS Wisconsin booth all through the weekend.
“Winter Cooking with Inga” – Inga Witscher, Around the Farm Desk
Inga Witscher, host of PBS Wisconsin’s About the Farm Table, will greet readers at the PBS Wisconsin booth through the weekend. She’ll also host a pleasurable and instructive cooking demonstration of her most loved winter meals.
“Monona Terrace These days: Reimagining an Urban Frank Lloyd Wright Landscape for Tomorrow” – Tony Gomez-Phillips, Monona Terrace
Be part of Tony Gomez-Phillips, horticulturist at Monona Terrace, as he discusses the course of action of redesigning Madison’s downtown conference center’s landscape and gardens. Tony’s prairie-influenced plantings intention to hook up Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture with a backyard garden type that embodies his views of mother nature and how it interacts with humans. This presentation is sponsored by Wisconsin Hardy Plant Modern society.
“Honoring Our Ancestry” – Yusuf Bin–Rella, TradeRoots
Chef Yusuf Bin-Rella is a co-founder of TradeRoots and creator of the initial Afro-Indigenous BIPOC farm at the Wisconsin State Capitol. Chef Yusuf will take us on a culinary journey and gives historical standpoint all over his cooking demonstrations.
“Prepare Now to Shift Easier & Get well Speedier this Season!” – Cassy Vieth, Swift Suit With Cassy
Cassy Vieth, host of PBS Wisconsin’s digital series Brief Healthy With Cassy, is a conditioning educator and instructor in Wisconsin. In addition to conference friends at the PBS Wisconsin Booth on Saturday, she will lead two gardener-concentrated stretching phase demonstrations. Stretch and strengthen those hibernating muscle groups so you can have your finest gardening and landscape period yet!
“The Indigenous Garden Project at Olbrich Botanical Gardens: Discovering Culture and Setting up Local community with Crops Significant to Midwestern Indigenous Peoples” – Rita Peters & Erin Presley
Be part of Rita Peters (Ho-Chunk) and Erin Presley, Olbrich Botanical Gardens horticulturist, as they recount their knowledge increasing Olbrich’s Indigenous Back garden in 2021, highlighting foodstuff plants vital in Midwestern Indigenous culture.
“The Garden as a Therapeutic Space” – Chalchiuhkoatl Kardós
Chalchiuhkoatl Kardós will cultivate discussion on how the garden is a healing space and why increasing obtain is important to our communities and neighborhoods. Presented in English and Spanish, they will share information on therapeutic plant family members, Indigenous plant kin and intentional backyard garden style and design.
The PBS Wisconsin Yard & Landscape Expo is offered by PBS Wisconsin and College of Wisconsin-Madison Horticulture Division of Extension. All proceeds from Back garden & Landscape Expo guidance PBS Wisconsin.