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Plants & Gardens Happy Hour: Insider Tips and Tricks

This is the third of a three-part virtual happy hour that explores the tips and tricks of gardening.

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Plants & Gardens Happy Hour: Insider Tips and Tricks

This is the second of a three-part virtual happy hour that explores the tips and tricks of gardening.

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THREE PART WEBINAR SERIES – PLANTS & GARDENS HAPPY HOUR

Plants & Gardens Happy Hour: Insider Tips and Secrets  The American Horticultural Society and GardenComm are partnering together to offer […]

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AHS 100TH ANNIVERSARY GALA DATE SET FOR SEPT 17TH

Mark your calendars for the evening of September 17th, and be sure to join the fun at the AHS 100th Anniversary Gala, to be held in the beautiful gardens of Historic River Farm.

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Reblooming Perennials and Flowering Shrubs webinar

Planting repeat blooming hardy plants is a no-brainer. Who wouldn’t want twice the flower power and pollinator-attractive nectar?! But which plants do you choose and how do you put them together so your garden looks fantastic? This webinar with nationally renowned speaker Kerry Ann Mendez will show you!

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New Directions in the American Landscape Winter Virtual Education Series

Join us for a deep dive into the fine points and subtle nuances of ecology-based landscape design, and the role culture and art can play in its evolution. Choose from a variety of individual sessions with expert speakers or an intensive multi-session course for an in-depth study.

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Workhorse Plants and Design Tips for Time-Pressed and Maturing Gardeners

This inspiring lecture by award-winning garden designer, speaker, and author, Kerry Ann Mendez, provides easy-to-follow right-sizing strategies, recommended no-fuss plant material, and design tips for stunning year-round gardens that will be as close to ‘autopilot’ as you can get.

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New Research on Wildlife Usage of Native Hydrangea – virtual

Join us for a presentation by Sam Hoadley from the Mt. Cuba Center, a nonprofit dedicated to preservation and conservation of native plant species of the Piedmont ecoregion. Sam will take us on a deep dive into Mt. Cuba Center’s newly released Hydrangea arborescens evaluation results. After just completing a five year trial, the results are in on which Hydrangea species received top marks from a garden perspective and which species and cultivars tallied the most pollinator visits. Included will be tips for successful cultivation and care of wild hydrangea in your home landscape, and where you can purchase plants to get started.

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National Children & Youth Garden Symposium

We’re looking forward to an in-person conference where we can learn from each other in face-to-face interactive and hands-on ways, visit and tour gardens and greenspaces, and network in both the facilitated and unfacilitated ways that conferences provide.

Mark your calendar for July 13-15, 2022 to join us for the 30th annual National Children & Youth Garden Symposium in Richmond, Virginia.

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