Design with Confidence is an introductory look at residential landscape design for non-designers.
Part of the Winter Gardening Series. Stage for early spring crops, start seeds at home, transplant seedlings, use succession planting, and more.
This is the last in the Winter Gardening Series. Selections and strategies to help you plant for continuous bloom in your landscape garden, February through November.
Need a refresher on good pruning practices? Want to try new techniques on somebody else’s plants? Landscapers, public works employees, parks’ staff, and ground managers with basic maintenance experience will benefit from this one-day Pruning Woody Plants workshop.
Learn about the requirements for a successful vegetable garden despite weather extremes, and have the best garden in the neighborhood!
The Professional Pest Managers School offers a wide variety of trainings for licensed pesticide applicators. A one-stop shop, the school provides pesticide application focused classes in turf, landscape, pond maintenance, pool maintenance, right-of-way, nursery, indoor pest control, and invertebrate pest management.
This workshop will increase understanding of the role pollinators play in our environment, and show how to provide a pollinator friendly habitat.
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.
Master Gardener Spring Plant Sale in Berks County.
Native plants, annuals, perennials, vegetable plants, soil test kits offered for sale by Lancaster County Master Gardeners.