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Useful and practical information on the care of certain plants or specific gardening techniques will add to your knowledge, whatever your level of gardening experience.
Learn the centuries’ old Asiatic art of dwarfing trees and shrubs.
This pleasurable trip will have you on the lookout for champion trees.
Master techniques to increase your bulb inventory, especially on expensive bulbs!
Four session course. Learn the complexities of meadow communities.
Learn different strategies for using and caring for moss in the garden.
This workshop introduces the popular genera of orchids and highlights those best suited for home and greenhouse growing.
Six session course. Learn the best times to prune and plant your dahlias.
Four session course. Join photog Rob Cardillo on a journey through the seasons.
Learn to take simple materials, choose the correct plants, and make creative, green additions to any space.
Extend the vegetable harvest year-round using cold frames, low tunnels, and high tunnels.
This honey of a class will take the mystery out of beekeeping.
Take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime chance to take a piece of Longwood history home.
Six session course. Gain the knowledge and skills to be a successful vegetable gardener.
Gardening in our region is impossible without knowing some methods to control deer.
Take the mystery out of pruning.
Aquaponic systems have been used to grow food for thousands of years.
Join Henry Cole, author of On Meadowview Street, for a Community Read Conversation.
Join the celebrated author and illustrator in a Community Read workshop for children and parents.
Get the facts you need to create a quick layout plan to guide the design and plant choices for your home landscape.
Join Ben Montgomery, author of Grandma Gatewood's Walk, to discuss this year's Community Read selection.
Join Ben Montgomery, author of Grandma Gatewood's Walk, for a Community Read Conversation.
Textured stone troughs show off sedums and other garden jewels like no other container. Make one and start your collection.
Join our waterlily experts to learn how to grow these lovely specimens at home.
Enjoy the camaraderie of fellow gardeners on the bus trip and get advice from one of the area's most respected plantsmen, David Culp.
Dispel the mystery of the rose and learn to grow and nurture this most beloved garden flower.
Join two of our horticulturalists on a journey to learn about how a wide range of ornamental plants have been used medicinally.
Attract native pollinators to your property and start your own pollinator garden.
Explore America's Garden Capital