Annual fundraiser for the Westmoreland County Penn State Master Gardener program
Master Gardeners of Fayette County will host annual plant sale Mother's Day weekend.
Flowering trees provide multiple seasons of interest to the landscape with flowers, fruits, foliage color, form and bark. Available selections in a range of sizes make these trees suitable for large rural landscapes as well as small urban spaces. This class includes six hours of in-depth training on flowering tree identification and usage and a guidebook detailing the 24 species of flowering trees discussed in the class. This class has been developed for the Master Gardener Advanced Certificate Program and is appropriate for nursery and landscape professionals.
Penn State Extension Master Gardeners are volunteers who support Penn State Extension's educational programs in consumer horticulture. If you are interested in becoming a Master Gardener, our next training starts October 1. Deadline to register is September 4th, 2015.
Master Gardener Basic Training in Westmoreland County
Penn State Extension Master Gardeners are volunteers who support Penn State Extension's educational programs in consumer horticulture.