If you are interested in plants and learning more about the local plants, check out Longue Vue Gardens’ Native Plant Propagation for Beginners this Saturday, July 17, 2021. Seed saving, storing, and cutting reproduction will be covered in this hands-on workshop. You will go home with collected seeds, four starter plants, and a powerful new skill set! This is an indoor and outdoor program with all tools included. Learn more – HERE.
Longue Vue Gardens – Native Plant Propagation for Beginners Details
On July 17, 2021, the Longue Vue Gardens – Native Plant Propagation for Beginners will take place. Two sessions are offered: 10-11:30AM and 1-2:30PM; please select the desired time when registering below. $30 general admission; $25 for Members. Full-day garden admission is included.
A Brief History of Longue Vue
The home and gardens were born of the dreams of Edgar and Edith Stern. He was a businessman from New Orleans, the son of German immigrants. She was from Chicago, the daughter of renowned business guru and civic philanthropist Julius Rosenwald. The couple met in 1920, were engaged and married in 1921, and began developing the Longue Vue property on eight acres at the edge of New Orleans that same year. Here the Sterns raised their three children – Edgar Jr. (1922-2008), Audrey (1924-1974), and Philip (1926-1992); entertained celebrities…read more.
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