Landscaping for Wildlife Workshop


Landscaping for Wildlife

Gardening with a Purpose

Vermont to View

Distant Hill Gardens
507 March Hill Road
Walpole, NH

This coming
Sunday, May 22
1pm to 4pm
Rain or Shine

Would you like to know what to plant to attract the most number of birds, bees, and butterflies to your property? This workshop will do just that.

Michael Nerrie of Distant Hill Gardens will begin the afternoon with an indoor slide show and discussion followed by a guided tour of the gardens. You will get to see first hand the many trees, shrubs, and perennials best suited to attract wildlife to your own landscape.

Bumblebee With a Full Pollen Basket

Many wildlife species have been in decline in recent years, but each of us can do something about it by learning to include wildlife attractive plants in our yards.

From basic landscaping tips to the names of many of the best wildlife plants, you are sure to come away from this workshop with something that you can do in your own garden. The wildlife will thank you

2 thoughts on “Landscaping for Wildlife Workshop

  1. mnerrie 05/16/2016 at 6:24 PM Reply

    Hi Lil,

    Thanks as usual for posting my Distant Hill event. I did notice that you didn’t include the lower section of my email with registration info, donation amount, my contact info, and directions. Any chance you can send out a revised email?

    Registration if Required

    Suggested Donation: $10 per adult

    Register Now

    For more info contact Michael at or 603-756-4179

    Directions to Distant Hill Gardens

    Michael (603) 756-4179


  2. Franklin Sibley 05/16/2016 at 6:48 PM Reply

    I am hoping to put in a pollinator garden. Unfortunately I will be away on the weekend of May 22. Is there any literature I might receive?

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