Hotbeds and Cold Frames are used for the growing of plants out of season. Especially useful in spring, but such structures can extend your growing season in Autumn.
Join us for this evening filled with plant ideas.
What a great time of year to start thinking about our herb gardens. Come to this program and learn about garden planning, resources, take a planning questionnaire, construct an idea and learn how to get started.
Learn the basics of starting plants from seed.
The basics of growing perennials will be addressed, from selection, care, propagation to designing flower beds.
Living on a Few Acres is designed as an introduction to basic agricultural production techniques on a wide variety of topics from soil management and livestock production to fruit and vegetable culture. The emphasis is on practical methods of growing food.
Looking for a way to warm your heart this February? This class will feature the warmth of the spice world. We will discuss the various spices, ways to use them, how to grind them and how to blend them.
The 24th Annual Shirley R. Wagner Garden Symposium for home gardeners will feature speaker Mike McGrath, host of WHYY Philadelphia “You Bet Your Garden”, with talks on composting and gardening in the shade. The program will also feature Penn State horticulturalists—Steve Bogash on “Growing the Best Tomatoes and Green Peppers Ever” and Annette MaCoy with tactics for dealing with invasive plants.
Lancaster County will be looking for new Master Gardener volunteers in 2016.
Lebanon county will be offering Master Gardener basic training starting in August 2016.