Boxwood Trimming Demonstration/Boxwood Disease Discussion

  • February 12, 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Nashville City Cemetery, 1001 Fourth Avenue South, at the corner of Fourth Avenue South and Oak Street

This event will not be cancelled due to cold weather. Only rain morning of will keep us from the demonstration.

The Historic Nashville City Cemetery Association and the Master Gardeners of Davidson County will be holding a Boxwood Trimming Demonstration from 9:00AM-1:00PM at the Keeble Building in the Nashville City Cemetery on Saturday, February 12th, 2022.

Master Gardener Catherine Atwell will be conducting the demonstration with Master Gardener and former Davidson County Extension Agent David Lynn Cook will be speaking on Boxwood Disease. Along with clouding technique of boxwoods, they will be covering proper sanitation of hand tools.

Members are asked to bring their hand shears to help with the clouding following demonstration.

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There is limited parking in the Cemetery, but available parking is also available along Oak Street to the north of the Cemetery.

Questions?  Reach out to Master Gardener Amanda Irwin, Garden Lead at Nashville City Cemetery, at citycemetery@mgofdc.org


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