For the Love of Groundcover (Hershey, PA)

Ian Gardner of Green Gardner Designs will discuss the many benefits and options for planting native groundcovers in your home landscape. Some of the featured varieties will be available through the Manada Conservancy online native plant store, which is open through April 15, or at the in-person sale event on May 4.

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Trees in Bloom Walk at Winterthur (Winterthur, DE)

Learn about our spring blooming trees on a walk with Allison Edmunds, Winterthur’s arborist. Program starts promptly at scheduled time. Included with admission. Free for Members.

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American Daffodil Society 2023 Convention (Herndon, VA)

Join members of the American Daffodil Society at our annual National Convention. Enjoy an outstanding daffodil show, attend educational seminars, visit with renowned daffodil enthusiasts, and tour well-known and private daffodil gardens.

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Virginia Tech Agricultural Research and Extension Center Garden Open House (Virginia Beach, VA)

Join us at Virginia Tech Hampton Roads Agricultural Research and Extension Center to explore 28 different gardens and arboretums.

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Virginia Beach Master Gardeners’ Spring Plant Sale (Virginia Beach, VA)

The sale offers thousands of plants grown by Virginia Beach Master Gardeners in their own gardens or from seeds or cuttings. Featuring a wide selection of plants, the sale has something for all gardens – plants for sun, shade, or something in between – annuals, perennials, native and pollinator plants, vegetables, herbs, tropicals and houseplants, trees, and shrubs.

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Ladew Topiary Garden’s Garden Festival (Monkton, MD)

Now in its 16th year, Ladew’s annual Garden Festival has become the most anticipated specialty plant, garden ornaments, and antiques sale in the region. Shop from a curated collection of 40 exclusive vendors from across the eastern seaboard offering hard to find perennials, specialty annuals, unique small trees, unusual exotics, container specialties, decorative garden furniture, urns, and architectural treasures.

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2024 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show

Now in its 195th year, the award-winning PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is a one-of-a-kind marquee event known the globe over for its exquisite and immersive floral exhibits, world-class plant competitions, family-friendly activities, educational offerings, and shopping. The AHS will present Environmental Awards at this event.

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Misunderstood Native Plants (Virtual)

Canada goldenrod, Virginia creeper, and American pokeweed, oh my! These and other native plants like eastern poison ivy are often maligned as worthless weeds because they don’t fit into the popular idea of what a garden plant should be. Join Leah Brooks as she explores how species which may not be suitable for a home garden provide important wildlife benefits and add beauty to the natural landscape. This program takes place online on Wednesday, February 21, 2024.

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Nature Journaling: Winter Workshop (Hockessin, DE)

Capture a moment in time to revisit later through nature journaling. Observe and document the surroundings at Mt. Cuba with Kathy leading participants through workshop activities. Dress for the weather as a unique opportunity to experience the gardens in the winter will be included in the workshop. Select a journal that suits your tastes and bring it to class along with a #2 pencil. This program takes place in person at Mt. Cuba Center on Saturday, February 17, 2024 (Rain Date: Saturday, February 24).

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Residential Landscape Design Workshop (Hockessin, DE)

Good garden design isn’t easy; but success awaits for anyone with a passion for plants, a little imagination, and proper guidance. Lee Armillei, a professional landscape designer, shows how to analyze a site, draw a basic plan, and use design principles for laying out paths, planting beds, and other garden features. Through lectures and drawing exercises, students explore design options, assess landscape materials, and employ a process that results in a practical planning document for their individual landscape project. Please bring your lunch. A detailed list of required materials is available with the online class description. This program takes place in person at Mt. Cuba Center on two Fridays: February 16 and 23 (Rain Date: Friday, March 1).

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