Dreaming of lush gardens in the summer? One of the crucial steps for a successful, productive garden is soil testing. Now is the time to test the soil to begin preparing it for the spring planting.
Is your planting space limited? Do you need some new gardening ideas? Bedford County Virginia Master Gardener, Sue Becker will present “Thinking Outside the Window Box - Gardening for Small Spaces.” She will talk about containers and other options that are attractive and fun. This is the first in the 11th Annual Dauphin County Master Gardener Spring Series
Weeding doesn't have to be tedious, dull, and boring! Learn how you can make weeding an enjoyable and meditative activity and puts you in contact with plants in ways you otherwise wouldn’t have.
Preparing for the 2016 Growing Season
Penn State Extension Master Gardener, Pam Shuman will tell you how to get free plants for your garden. This is the second workshop in 11th Annual Dauphin County Master Gardener Spring Series.
Penn State Extension Master Gardener, Bob Bauer will present “Backyard Orchards”. Learn how to get maximum enjoyment from fruit trees on your property. This is the third workshop in the 11th Annual Dauphin County Master Gardener Spring Series.
Longing for growing fresh herbs, veggies, and flowers, but limited on space? Square foot gardening may be just for you!
Explore and uncover some of nature’s mysteries, both common and uncommon. Penn State Extension Master Gardener, Shirley Halk will present “What’s In Your Backyard?” Join her for an exciting adventure right in your own back yard. This is the fourth workshop in the 11th Annual Dauphin County Master Gardener Spring Garden Series.
Have you wanted to start from seed but weren't sure of how or feared the expense? Fear no more, this free workshop is for you!
A workshop to demystify the large variety of amendments and fertilizers available to the home gardener.
Is your garden a bit out of control? Annette MaCoy, Cumberland County Extension Consumer Horticulture Educator will present “Design Dilemmas.” Learn tips and techniques for re-evaluating your landscape, reining in overgrown plants, and making the most of your landscape. This is the last workshop in the 11th Annual Dauphin County Master Gardener Spring Series.