A variety of perennial flower called Stachys “Humelo,” was chosen as the Perennial 2019 Plant of the Year for its pollinator-supporting qualities. Insects, animals, birds even soil are profoundly affected by the choices humans make when they plant and manage – what they kill and what they keep and to what they are indifferent – in the world’s landscapes. Those choices evolve, horticulturalist  Paul Westervelt talks about a recent evolution at the Hahn on Feb. 6

Join the Hahn Horticulture Garden hosts speaker Paul Westervelt at 6 p.m. today, February 6 for a talk titled “The New Perennial Movement and Why it Matters.”

Annual and Perennial Production Manager for Saunders Brothers, Inc. since 2004. Westervelt will discuss the perennial counter movement that embraces a more natural look and a different pallet of plants while creating beneficial habitat and food for…

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