Seashore Gardening

Seashore Gardening With Native Plants

Pat Sutton, a working naturalist and wildlife gardening champion for over 30 years, will showcase the very best native trees, shrubs, vines, grasses, and wildflowers that can survive and thrive in seashore conditions. Learn how these same native plants are life-giving to birds and pollinators (butterflies, moths, bees, and more). There are few other places where property owners (and communities) can make such a difference for wildlife as southern New Jersey, where the geography concentrates millions of migrant birds (and butterflies). The program features “eye-candy” wildlife gardens in South Jersey that have successfully transformed ho-hum, sterile yards into multi-dimensional native plant gardens full of life.

5 Replies to “Seashore Gardening”

    1. Hi Stephanie,
      I do not have an article about Salt Hay and its sources. But I do send out Garden Gang alerts when it is available. You can join my Garden Gang on my website.

    1. Hi Nancy,
      With Covid, I have been out of the loop and not giving as many programs, except a few Zoom Programs, which I always alert members of my Garden Gang to. Are you a Garden Gang member? If so, you’ll get alerts when I am booked to do a program. Or you can check my website under “Upcoming Events” at the top. All the best, Pat

  1. Pat,

    I am running the Sea Isle Garden Club and want a speaker for November 2023.

    Let me know if you can Come to the Community Center in Sea Isle City on a Thursday night.


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