Penn State Master Gardeners will host a free presentation on beekeeping and bee-friendly plants on Saturday, August 23, at 10:00 AM, at their Trial and Idea Garden, with local beekeeper Jonathan Daniels. Everyone is welcome to attend; registration is not required.
Have you had the opportunity this year to stop by the Agricultural and Natural Resource Center in Gettysburg? If not, set aside some time to visit the trial gardens that Adams County Master Gardeners teach from and maintain throughout the year. The Trial Gardens are especially interesting because each garden plot has a specific horticultural purpose of either demonstrating or testing some gardening concept.
This class is one of four available classes on Wednesday evenings in September.
This program allows for my time to devote to the fascinating and sometimes frustrating world of insects. Numerous topics will be covered over the two days including insect pests of ornamental plants addressed by how they feed on plants, turfgrass insect pests, beneficial insects encountered in the landscape, invasive insect species of importance, and monitoring techniques.
Learn about growing grapes and other small fruits—blueberries, raspberries, currants, and gooseberries—with Penn State Extension Master Gardeners. Bring your questions and get free information about growing small fruit.
This class is the second of four available classes on Wednesday evenings in September.
This class is the third of four available classes held Wednesday evenings in September
Tomato season is winding down, but it’s not too early to begin planning for next season. Penn State Master Gardeners will share tips and techniques for growing the best tomatoes in containers and the home garden.
This class is the last class of four available classes held on Wednesday evenings in September.
This arborist short course is designed to increase working tree knowledge, professional arborist skills and prepare you for the ISA Certified Arborist exam, which should improve your marketability.
Join Penn State Master Gardeners for a season-long series of informal workshop sessions about creating a healthy garden while preserving a healthy environment.