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2017 CNLP Private Tour of Rutgers Gardens
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May 2nd, 2017 at 5:30pm there will be a private tour with limited tickets of Rutgers Gardens. Bruce Crawford will be giving us a tour where the focus will be on the design possibilities of various plants. Examples will include hedging, mixed borders, perennial borders, and low maintenance ground covers just to name a few. There will be a box meal included with the ticket. LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS! 1 CEU Plants, 1 CEU Design Registration will close on April 30th, 2017.

5/2/2017
When: Tuesday, May 2, 2017
5:30pm to ?
Where: Holly House at Rutgers Gardens
130 Log Cabin Road
New Brunswick, New Jersey  08901
United States
Contact: Jeanne Ondusko
609-291-7070


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 Registration will close on April 30th, 2017

Registration is now open to all CNLP's!

      2017 CNLP Private Tour of Rutgers Garden - 5:30PM on May 2nd, 2017.

Come join us for a very informative, fun and rewarding day! 

Our guide and host for the tour is Bruce Crawford. 

There will be 1 Plant CEU and 1 Design CEU

Tickets are limited so register today!

Tickets include a Box Meal! 

Cost is $25.00 

 

Rutgers Gardens

     Rutgers Gardens is the official botanic garden of Rutgers University, located on the outskirts of Cook Campus, at 112 Ryders Lane, North Brunswick in Middlesex County, New Jersey, in the United States. The grounds include 60 acres of designed beds, specialty gardens, tree and shrub collections, lawns, and walking paths, as well as the adjoining 70-acre Frank G. Helyar Woods. A place of learning and beauty, Rutgers Gardens strives to provide a fun, educational, and engaging place for students, faculty, and the community to enjoy the natural world. The gardens feature horticultural collections arranged in garden settings.

     Our tour guide will be Bruce Crawford.  He will be giving us a tour where the focus will be on the design possibilities of various plants.  Examples will include hedging, mixed borders, perennial borders, meadows, and low maintenance ground covers just to name a few.

Our Host and Tour Guide Bruce Crawford

                

               

               

                

               

               

                

 

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