Great class for Backyard Gardeners. Learn to prevent and control the weeds in your garden space to increase yield and reduce disease and insect problems.
The Professional Pest Manager's School offers category and core recertification credits that help you keep up with changes in regulations, product information, and your roles and responsibilities as a pesticide applicator.
Backyard Gardeners Series. Take advantage of the early spring to plant crops that love the cool weather! Learn what crops may be planted and when, including lettuce, spinach, swiss chard, radishes, kohlrabi, peas, potatoes, onions. Get an early start on the planting and you may be eating from your garden in April!
Amateur Herbalist series. What is better than a good bowl of soup? Why one that is enhanced with herbs and cooked up quickly. Join us to learn some tips and tricks to create your own quickly prepared herbal soup. Tastings will be provided.
Please join us for this one-day garden symposium featuring multiple speakers and a choice of interesting garden-related topics. Core topics will include: Vegetable Gardening in the style of Colonial Williamsburg, Landscaping with Native Plants, and Beneficial Insects. Break-out sessions will be available with a choice of one of the following: Edible Weeds, Growing Great Blueberries, and Garden Trends (New Plants/New Ideas).
Learn about pollinator-friendly plants to include in or near your vegetable plantings.
Learn about the care involved in growing lavender.
Learn about creating an environment for birds and making gourd bird houses.
Learn how to identify and prevent vegetable diseases
This class will feature how to grow your herbs in containers.
There will be a discussion on savory and herbal tasks in the summer garden