Garden Sense Symposium
What can Gardeners do in the middle of January? Attend the annual Garden Sense Symposium presented by the Penn State Master Gardeners of Clinton County. It’s a perfect opportunity to cast off the winter blues and delve into learning, planning, and preparing for the upcoming growing season.
This year’s program includes eight workshops spread over two Saturdays at the Penn State Extension Office in Clinton County. As always, Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer home gardening questions and provide research-based information.
One aspect of the Garden Sense Symposium that has become popular over the years is the opportunity to obtain advance copies of the Master Gardeners’ native plant sale catalog which has been expanded to include native trees and shrubs in addition to native perennials. As in past years, those in attendance will have an opportunity to place orders which they will be able to pick up at the annual Clinton County Master Gardener Plant Sale in May. As always, orders will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Garden Sense Symposium is presented free of charge by the Penn State Master Gardeners of Clinton County. While there is no fee, registration is required. Those who are unable to register online may call (877) 345-0691 to register for Garden Sense.