SFeather Speakers Bureau
SFeather Speakers Bureau

Speakers Bureau

Master Gardeners are able to present horticultural lectures for your club or organization. Presentations are 45 minutes in length and conclude with an additional 15 minute question and answer period. All presentations have a speaker's fee of $50, payable to Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County. 

Please contact us if you are interested in scheduling a presentation, or would like to explore another topic.

2020 Presentation Topics:

    • Attracting Pollinators - Butterflies & Bees
    • Bulbs
      • Spring & Fall
      • Summer Flowering Bulbs (best for March or early April talk)
      • Fall (best for September or early October talk)
      • Forcing Bulbs for Winter Bloom
    • Composting
    • Conifers
      • Best Conifers and their Companions
      • Conifers in Rock Gardens
      • Conifers in Raised Bed Rock Gardens
    • Container Gardening
    • Daylilies
    • Deer in Your Garden - How to Cope
    • Durand Eastman Park Arboretum History/Tours
    • Edibles in the Landscape
    • Fall
      • Putting the Garden to Bed
      • Overwintering Plants Outdoors
    • Flower Arrangements from Your Yard
    • Flower Gardening
    • Garden Art in the Garden
    • Gardens - Creating the WOW Effect
    • Ground Covers
    • Herbs
    • Hosta/Shade Gardening
    • Houseplants/Indoor Gardening
    • Insects - Beneficial vs Terrible
    • Invasive Plants
    • Landscape
      • Design Principles
      • Maintaining your Landscape
      • Site Assessments
    • Lilacs
    • Monarchs & Other Pollinators
    • Moon Gardens
    • Native Plants
    • Perennials:
      • Garden Design/History
      • For Beginners
      • For Sun and Shade
      • Good Bed Fellows
      • Successes and Failures
      • Tough as Nails Perennials
      • Winning Perennial Combinations
    • Pest Controls
    • Plant ID from your Car at 55 MPH
    • Poisonous Plants - People & Pets
    • Ponds (April - Nov talk)
    • Pruning
    • Putting the Garden to Bed or Winterizing the Garden (fall talk)
    • Raised Bed Gardening
    • Right Plant, Right Place
    • Rochester/Olmsted Parks
    • Rock Gardens
      • Specialty Rock Gardens
      • Rocks in Container Gardening
      • Rock Gardens at Play
    • Roses
    • Seeds
      • Starting
      • Collecting and Storing
    • Shade gardens - Shady characters
    • Soil
    • Spring - Waking up the Garden
    • Straw Bale Gardening
    • Succulents
    • Trees & Shrubs
    • Urban Gardening/Small Space
    • Vegetables
      • Getting started with Growing Vegetables
      • Starting From Seed / In Raised Beds
    • Webster Park Arboretum Tour
    • Wetlands - Botany
    • Wildflowers of NY
    • Woodland Plants

    Contact

    Sue Magee
    Master Gardener Coordinator
    scm268@cornell.edu
    585-753-2558

    Last updated February 3, 2020