What plants can you count on to add color to the brown drab landscape during the winter months? Join the conversation on Twitter as Garden Enthusiast discuss ‘Plants that Add Winter Color to the Garden’ on Twitter #gardenchat.
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Everyone is welcome to join this event that takes place on Twitter live for 1 hour. The conversation continues throughout the weeks to come so sign on now and join the conversation. Share this event with your friends by Tweeting below:
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Questions and Recap
The questions begin streaming at 9:15 p.m. ET each Monday. Question listed below will be a live link after the scheduled event. You must be a Twitter user in order to participate. These questions are based on the topic : Plants that Add Winter Color to Your Garden.
Question 1: What hardiness zone do you live in? #gardenchat
Question 2: What is your favorite color during the winter season in your garden? #gardenchat
Question 3: What color stands out the most in your garden during the winter season? #gardenchat
Question 4: Do you have a favorite tree that adds color to the landscape during the winter? #gardenchat
Question 5: Is there a shrub that adds color to your winter garden? #gardenchat
Question 6: Do you have a favorite perennial in your garden during the winter season? #gardenchat
Question 7: If you could add a winter friendly hardscaping what would it be? ( sculpture, structions, rocks etc) #gardenchat
Question 8: Do you have a water feature in your winter garden? Does it add color interest? #gardenchat
Question 9: Are you a fan of ornamental grasses in the winter garden? #gardenchat
Question 10: Where do you share your winter colors online – share a link to blog, Facebook, YouTube with us! #gardenchat
If replying to these questions be sure to use hashtag #gardenchat .
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