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Spring Pruning with Siedeh Rezaei-Kamalabad

Come spend your Saturday afternoon learning how to prune your shrubs and trees for healthy growth, space maintenance, and better blooming. Learn  about the "Goldilocks Timing"  of pruning for all the plant friends in your garden and the different tools for the job. Bring questions about your garden, an open mind, and a pair of hand pruners if you have them. (Pruners are available for purchase at Cluck and demo pruners will be available during class)

$10, pre-registration required (call 401 274 1160 or email

Siedeh Rezaei-Kamalabad, is the descendant of generations of Persian gardeners, her instinctual understanding of the plants and the land has flowed in her blood long before the realization that caring for the gardens of the world would become her life’s mission. With a B.S. in Biology, Siedeh brings the comprehension of the molecular and physiological behavior of a garden. With 8 years of experience as a residential fine gardener in the Greater Boston area, she has the ability to predict the patterns of a garden through the season, preventing the devastating plague of death that may befall a garden during periods of extreme environmental stress. As a project manager for a national commercial landscaping company, Siedeh managed the ornamental pruning and seasonal floral designs of over 200 properties, ranging from Southern Rhode Island to Southern New Hampshire. Branching out on her own this year, Siedeh hopes to help build ethical and environmentally friendly gardens across New England. Check out her website for tips and information to help your garden grow