Roundup of gardening  Highlights news for Aug. 17, 2023

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Roundup of gardening  Highlights news for Aug. 17, 2023

Revitalizing Interest in Horticultural Learning: Responding to the enthusiastic reception, the Black Swamp Conservancy has unveiled the highly anticipated revival of its engaging gardening workshops. Scheduled for August 19 and September 30, between 10:00 and 11:30 a.m., at the esteemed Way Library in Perrysburg, this event marks a significant return. Guided by the expertise of master gardener Vicki Gallagher, participants, regardless of their gardening background, can partake in enriching sessions aimed at refining and expanding their horticultural skills.

Unveiling Wood County’s Natural Treasures

Exploring Garden Transitions: Join us on August 19 for the Late Summer and Fall Garden Workshop, a thoughtful exploration of the transitional seasons. This session will serve as your guiding compass, assisting you in maximizing the potential of your garden throughout the remaining months of the year. From optimizing current plantings to unveiling expert secrets that promise the flourishing of both flower and vegetable gardens in the coming year, this workshop promises a wealth of invaluable knowledge.

Unveiling the Secrets of Forest Gardening: On September 30, immerse yourself in the intriguing world of forest gardening with our workshop, “Unveiling the Enigma: Exploring Forest Gardening and Its Relevance”Unlocking the Enigma: Embrace the world of forest gardening and its relevance to your gardening aspirations.” Explore the realm of forest gardening and its potential impact on your gardening endeavors. Unpacking the realm of low-maintenance forest gardens, meticulously crafted to emulate the intricate balance of woodland ecosystems, this session is a gateway to sustainable gardening practices.

Seize the Opportunity: Each workshop session is designed for an intimate gathering of 25 participants, ensuring a personalized and enriching experience. With a nominal fee of $10 per workshop, you’re invited to embark on this journey of knowledge and growth. Secure your spot today by registering online at Your garden’s transformative journey awaits.

Exploring the Verdant Beauty of Dauphin County

Exploring the Enchanting World of Ferns: Embark on a captivating journey with Penn State Master Gardener Kevin Kelly as he delves into the realm of ferns perfectly suited for outdoor gardens. Join us from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. on October 28th at the Olewine Nature Center, nestled within Wildwood Park at 100 Harrisburg Way, Harrisburg, PA.

During this illuminating presentation, Kevin Kelly will unveil a selection of garden-worthy ferns, predominantly native to eastern North America. Discover the art of seamlessly incorporating these botanical wonders into your garden sanctuary. Uncover the fascinating origins and life cycles of ferns, while also mastering the skill of integrating them harmoniously within your landscape.

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