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Fall Nectar Source for Pollinators

October 12 @ 5:30 pm

Discover perennials that bloom in September, October, and November, and provide a late season nectar source for pollinators. Keep your gardens buzzing by incorporating these plants into your landscape as the temperatures begin to cool down. Register here.

Carrie Stanker is a Landscape Architect and co-owner of Sunset Farmstead. She has worked in the landscape industry for 25 years in a variety of roles. Her passion for plants started as a nursery sales associate in college and continued as a landscape foreman, owner of a landscape design company and now as co-owner of Sunset Farmstead.

Daryl Kobesky is a Landscape Architect and co-owner of Sunset Farmstead. He started his journey into the field as a teenager mowing lawns. He grew that business through high school and college maintaining and installing residential landscapes. After college, he went on to work as Superintendent of Horticulture at The Rutgers Gardens, then to Landscape Architecture firms before landing the role of Production Manager at an established wholesale nursery. Ten years later, he left to pursue the opportunity to start Sunset Farmstead.

Sunset Farmstead is a wholesale plant nursery, sustainably growing landscape ready material that provides food source and habitat to pollinators.

Event is free but registration is required. Register here >

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