Native Woodland Wildflowers

Native Woodland Wildflowers

purple and blue bluebell flowers growing in a meadow
Becca Mathias

Dates & Price

April 26–April 29, 2023

Fee: $59

Fee for Innovators, Gardens Preferred, and Gardens Premium Members: $53

Fee includes all-day admission to the Gardens on the day of the class.

Register by Sunday, April 23, 2023

Registrations may be cancelled up to two weeks before the event, and your registration fee, less a $30 processing fee, will be refunded.

To notify us of your cancellation, email us or call 610-388-5454.

In this two part class, join Longwood horticulturalist and Senior Ecology Technician Pandora Young as they share knowledge of the environmental role played by spring wildflowers, as well as how to utilize these plants in your own landscape. From identifying our most common native wildflowers, to learning about spring pollinator and seed dispersal relationships, this class will cover topics related to the use of, appreciation for, and unique value provided by our native woodland wildflowers.  Each student will receive a bare root plant of a native species to take home after class.

Course Schedule

Online Lecture
Wednesday, April 26, 6:30–7:30 pm

Onsite Walk
Saturday, April 29, 10:00 am–12:00 pm

Inclement Weather Day
Sunday, April 30, 10:00 am–12:00 pm


Onsite at Longwood Gardens with an additional online session.

This program will take place partially or entirely outdoors. Please dress for the weather and wear footwear suited for walking on uneven paths and through wet areas.


Pandora Young

Innovators, Gardens Preferred, and Gardens Premium Members save on Continuing Education Courses

A 10% discount on classes will be applied automatically at the time of checkout.