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Expect minor delays on Route 1 near the Longwood Gardens entrance due to construction (Monday–Friday). Please plan accordingly.
Sun–Wed: 9:00 am–6:00 pm
Thurs–Sat: 9:00 am–10:00 pm
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Whether a homeowner, hobby gardener, artist, horticulturist, or landscape professional, you will find something to help you grow.
Focus on Longwood’s abundant water features in this hands-on digital photography workshop.
6 sessions. This course will concentrate on identification, culture, landscape use, and culinary use.
4 sessions. Explore a different garden setting each week to capture its beauty en plein air.
2 sessions. This course will introduce you to Ikebana in general, featuring two different schools of study.
6 sessions. Relax, paint, laugh, and learn in this fun class open to all skill levels.
Classroom instruction and field observation will focus on life cycles, key characteristics, and plant structures.
Learn signs, symptoms, and management strategies to remedy common turfgrass problems.
Enjoy the serenity of the evening at Longwood and learn from four photographers.
Create a themed design, perfect for weekend entertaining, to give as a gift, or just to enjoy at home.
10 sessions. Delve more deeply into design creativity, detailed garden features, and more advanced graphics.
Experience our Meadow Garden through the eyes of the designers that helped bring this garden to life.
3 sessions. Learn the basics: how to condition flowers and use floral foam, tape, and wire.
Learn the hows and whys of entering a flower show and create your very own arrangement to take home.
9 sessions. For all who are interested in mastering the art of plant illustration.
9 sessions. Illustrate plants and flowers from Longwood's greenhouses and outdoor grounds.
9 sessions. For beginners as well as more accomplished artists interested in the art of plant illustration.
Take a trip with us to The Farm at Oxford and get a chance to learn from dahlia grower extraordinaire Mara Tyler.
3 sessions. Dive deep into these beautiful, mysterious plants and learn how to add a water garden to your property.
Using vibrant oil pastels, capture the beauty and serenity of Longwood's magnificent waterlily collection.
Create a centerpiece with flowers originating from the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.
Using containers constructed from iconic Mexican tiles, create the perfect accent for your summer patio.
Create table centerpieces, hanging designs, custom floral accents, and a larger-than-life arrangement.
Explore our vast outdoor landscape and identify common pest signs and symptoms with an IPM specialist.
Create a large-scale design that is sure to elicit a “wow” response.
Create a one-of-a-kind leaf sculpture for use as a garden accent, birdbath, or stepping stone.
Join Tim Jennings on a journey through our Waterlily Display in this free online course.
6 sessions. Extend your skills using a variety of containers and gorgeous floral materials.
5 sessions. Discuss the theory of sustainable landscape design while learning alternative landscaping methods.
Headmaster Akane Teshigahara creates Ikebana arrangements in the Sogetsu School style and shares insights into her design inspiration and vision.
Maximize your phone to capture stunning images of gardens, blooms, berries, and even a few insects.
In this hands-on workshop led by Headmaster Akane Teshigahara, create a distinctive, elegant design that exudes a sense of harmony, balance, and well-being.
Explore the under-appreciated world of foliage, from unfurling ferns to variegated plants.
Students who have completed the requirements of the Floral Design Certificate program are eligible to take the exam.
Build your own amazing autumn-themed container that will remain vibrant throughout the season.
Learn about types of bamboo, as well as many creative ways it can be used in free-style Ikebana arrangements.
This pleasurable trip will have you on the lookout for the biggest, tallest, and oldest trees in our region.
3 sessions. Create your own design signature with advanced techniques in this exciting capstone course.
This event brings together recognized experts for a day long conference with an educational focus.
Join one of the foremost garden designers in the UK, James Alexander-Sinclair, for an intimate design workshop.
Learn how to prepare for a floral event and extend your flower’s vase life.
6 sessions. Learn techniques to capture the elusive subtleties of nature.
Fully online. Explore the world of traditional woody plants including flowering trees, shrubs, and conifers.
Explore Longwood Garden’s unique and historic architecture through your camera’s lens.
Join our Natural Lands experts to explore the life history, identification, and management of invasive plants in our region.
2 sessions. Explore the magic of precious metal clay and create your own fine silver botanically inspired jewelry.
Fully online. Learn the basics of plant morphology and plant nomenclature.
Take advantage of the rare opportunity to shoot the outdoor Christmas display at Longwood.
Learn how to make a traditional, lush, mixed-green wreath to kick off the holiday season.
Attend a day-long conference and meet the Plant Science requirement for the Ornamental Horticulture Certificate, Level III.
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