LIVE for Members—July 2021

July 28, 2021 | 05:00pm Pacific

Members Only

ATTN: NEW DATE! You, and other members will join me—Darcy Daniels, garden designer and creator of eGardenGo—for a live online session where I'll be available to answer questions, swap garden tips and stories, and celebrate the joy and wonder of garden-making.

🌿 Event Details 🌿


ATTN: NEW DATE!!
(date has changed; previously announced for June 21, now June 28)

INTRODUCING A NEW STREAMING SYSTEM

For members who've attended previous sessions, you'll notice that this broadcast is somewhat different. I'm trying a new system and I hope it will work out well. I'll be streaming live to both YouTube and Facebook (not Zoom this time). You can watch from either of those platforms and you'll be able ask questions and/or submit comments from either. FYI, the Facebook is a private group but members have been pre-authorized to join (as long as you're on Facebook with the same email address that you use for your eGardenGo membership). You can access the group HERE.If you'd like to join me on screen (and I hope you'll consider doing so!) you can use this link and I'll add you to the live broadcast. Please, don't be shy about joining on screen! This is a small group and a safe place to ask questions and/or get feedback.


If you'd like to submit a question, topic request, or share a photo before the livestream, email me at darcy@egardengo.com. Even if you're not able to make it to the actual live broadcast, feel free to ask a question and you'll be able to hear my response on the replay. Do keep in mind that if you submit photos, I'll be showing them on the screen and they'll be visible to all attendees. So make sure to protect your privacy as needed by cropping or blurring anything you don't want shared.

A few notes about questions:
I will, of course, be trying to be as helpful as I possibly can. But please remember that this method of connecting is going to have some limitations. General guidance will be easier to deliver than super-specific do this, then that, and voila!

An example of a question that would work well for this format would be "I can't find x plant, can you offer a suggestion?" Or "Can you show some photos of a paperbark maple at different stages of growth and talk about how to decide if it's right for me?"

What I won't be able to do is plan an entire section of your garden with you in this format. I CAN give you ideas and guidance on how to think about it, help you frame your questions, and give fresh insights. I love doing that. Sending a photo or two really important for these types of questions.

Also, my focus and body of knowledge is strong on design—I'm a generalist when it comes to soil, pests & disease, etc. I certainly have experience and opinions in those areas, but I like to play to my strengths and would like to focus our conversation on design dilemmas, plant selection, and the like.