A two day program that covers an introduction to the field of entomology (the study of insects) and many of the key ornamental plant and turf pests, along with beneficial insects.
We all anxiously await the arrival of the first tomato.
Art or science? When it comes to pruning there’s a little of both. Pruning for Professionals is geared toward landscape professionals who care for a variety of plants in the landscapes they manage.
Penn State Master Gardeners in Cumberland County are hosting beekeeper Jonathan Daniels for an informative morning session on honeybees and nectar plants.
Join Penn State Extension Master Gardeners and Educators for a morning of fall gardening information at Fall Garden Day.
Join Penn State Extension Master Gardeners in Perry County for a free workshop on “Backyard Orchards”. Learn about the joys and challenges of a backyard orchard, especially apple growing, with Penn State Master Gardener Bill Bowers.
Conifers provide the structural framework for many gardens, serving a variety of roles as specimens, focal points, screens, hedges and backdrops. They offer bold contrasts of foliage, color and texture as well as distinctive growth habits. This course includes six hours of in-depth training on evergreen identification and usage.
Join fellow gardeners to learn about building up the organic matter in your soil.
Throw out your Febreeze and come and learn how to create the natural fragrance of potpourri.
Join fellow gardeners to learn about square foot gardening and container gardening.
York County will be looking for new Master Gardener volunteers in 2016.
Cumberland and Perry counties will be offering Master Gardener basic training starting in August 2016.