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Tucson Botanical Gardens – Butterly Magic Exhibit (Tucson, AZ)

As southern Arizona’s first and only tropical butterfly exhibit, we are honored to have set the standard for how these amazing species can and should be displayed. Butterfly Magic’s ability to constantly change and evolve has kept it a staple of Tucson that can be revisited time and time again. It has truly been a magical 20 years, and we look forward to 20 more!

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Spring Splendor at Wellfield Botanic Garden (Elkart, IN)

Join us at Wellfield Botanic Gardens for Spring Splendor - - representing our Spring Season, annually. We're open 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. DAILY! Look for seasonally themed events, educational programs, garden displays, and merchandising.

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Sonoma Botanical Garden’s Ribbit Exhibit (Glen Ellen, CA)

Sonoma Botanical Garden leaps into spring with Ribbit Exhibit, a whimsical, family-friendly presentation of more than 20 larger-than-life frog characters placed in vignettes throughout the Garden. Each with their own name and story, the enchanting human-sized sculptures by artist Andy Cobb include Zenny meditating on a leaf on the Garden’s Pond, Bentley and his tortoise friend Tortuga ambling along the California Oaks Trail, dapper Floyd and his elegant partner Grace cutting the rug amongst the flowers, and many others.

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Terrarium Workshop (Atlanta, GA)

A terrarium is a miniature, self-sustaining ecosystem and a beautiful, practical way to bring plant life into the home or office. You will build a terrarium using a variety of tiny, adorable plants, mosses and decorative stones. Class instructor Terry Furuta, of Terry Furuta Designs, is a seasoned floral design pro with 45 years of experience. She is a professor of the Ikenobo School of Ikebana whose principles inspire her designs. Her arrangements have received numerous awards at the Southeastern Flower Show and Atlanta Orchid Society Show. For the past 13 years she has volunteered at the Fuqua Orchid Conservatory creating orchid displays as well as volunteering in other parts of the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

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Little Garden, Big Impact: Native Plants for Small Spaces (Devon, PA)

Small spaces can have a big impact! Discover how tiny spaces such as containers, pocket meadows, and mini woodlands can provide ecological benefits with native plants. From petite trees and shrubs to well-behaved perennials, learn what to select for your garden just in time for spring planting!

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Lifelong Learning: BTS Tour: Fort Worth Botanic Garden in Fort Worth, TX (Member Exclusive)

AHS Reciprocal Garden tour will show highlights of the Begonia Collection, Japanese Garden, and Rose Garden. This program is only open to AHS members; for additional information and to register, please log into your AHS account.

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Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers (Chicago, IL)

Native woodland wildflowers are the first harbingers of spring. Learn specific identification characteristics, their fascinating natural history, and how they have evolved to rapidly grow, flower, and fruit. A walk in the woods will follow the talk.

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Memphis Botanic Garden Spring Plant Sale (Memphis, TN)

Join us for the Spring Plant Sale at the Garden! Our staff can’t wait to help you find the perfect additions to your gardens. You can find a curated selection of plants well suited for the Mid-South including natives, trees & shrubs, vegetables, herbs, annual flowers, pollinator plants, woodland ephemerals, and more. Plus a variety of houseplants & tropicals. Our expert horticultural staff and Master Gardener volunteers will be on hand to answer questions, help customers with suggestions about plantings in their own gardens, and offer advice on plant care and maintenance.

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Spring Native Plant Sale (Carnation, WA)

Spruce up your garden with a variety of beautiful native plants. Discover a wide selection of native plants grown from seed, adapted to the local climate, and evolved for resiliency. From vibrant wildflowers to hardy shrubs, you’ll find the perfect additions to create a pollinator friendly garden.

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Earth Day at Washington Park Arboretum (Seattle, WA)

Each year, the Arboretum Foundation, UW Botanic Gardens, Seattle Parks and Recreation co-host an Earth Day community and volunteer event. Help restore the Arboretum by removing invasive ivy and blackberry in natural areas, and by mulching and weeding the plant collections!

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Oregon Garden Earth Day (Silverton, OR)

Earth Day at The Oregon Garden is a free day of celebrating our planet! Guests of all ages are invited to grow their environmental stewardship by visiting with environmentally-conscious exhibitors, engaging in educational activities and exploring the Garden!

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Springs Preserve Botanical Garden Earth Day Celebration (Las Vegas, NV)

Celebrate Earth Day at the Springs Preserve, where Every Day is Earth Day! Join the community and bring the whole family for fun and educational explorations of our campus—a living example of sustainable lifestyles, design and architecture. Check out our conservation-focused exhibits and attractions, visit with environmental and green industry exhibitors, participate in eco-friendly craft activities, grab a bite to eat from local food trucks, and find out how you can play a role in ensuring a sustainable future through resource conservation, pollution prevention, waste reduction and natural resource protection.

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Environmental Art and Music Festival (Union, SC)

Party with a Purpose! Vendors, art, music, food, and more at the Piedmont Physic Garden!

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Viva Botanica (San Antonio, TX)

Bring the whole family to explore 38 acres of nature during this family-friendly official Fiesta event! Create your own paper flower and tree cookie fiesta medal to celebrate Fiesta, garden style. Included with Garden admission and free to members.

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Native Garden Intensive Workshop (Brooklyn, NY)

Immerse yourself in a full day of native gardening instruction in this indoor/outdoor class at BBG. Learn the principles and best practices to create a robust native garden filled with life. We will also explore native plants at BBG that you might use in your own garden, and discuss the conditions that they thrive in.

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Easy Rose Care Class at New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill (Boylston, MA)

Learn about uncovering winter protected roses, pruning various types, planting, fertilizing and choosing hardy roses. Photos from Teresa’s locally revered Zone 5 garden in Methuen are incorporated into the power point presentation. Handouts are included, and all participants will receive a copy of either Teresa's book, A Year in My Rose Garden, How Roses Touch our Lives, or A Year in My Rose Garden Journal.

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Botanical Garden of the Ozarks’ Earth Day Festival (Fayetteville, AR)

We celebrate Earth Day each year with a family-friendly festival, complete with interactive activities, crafts, games, and live music. Guests are invited to celebrate our common home, the earth, and to commit to protecting and preserving it!

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Earth Day: The Winged Garden (Green Bay, WI)

Tips to turn your yard into a butterfly oasis. We’ll cover butterfly identification, host plants for monarchs and many other butterfly species, best nectar plants and more. Participants will leave with a packet of wildflower seed to grow at home.

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Native Replacements for Invasive Plants (Norfolk, VA)

As we continue to learn about the negative impacts of invasive plants, we’re left with a need to replace them – but with what? Join us as we cover a variety of common invasive plants, and what wonderful natives can take their place.

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Planting for Pollinators (Des Moines, IA)

Pollinators are generating lots of “buzz” these days. Who are they and why should we care? In this class, explore a variety of pollinators and the reasons they’re important to our gardens and world. Registration required.

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Colonial Williamsburg 77th Annual Garden Symposium: Roots of the American Garden (Williamsburg, VA + Virtual)

Colonial Williamsburg’s talented landscape staff strives to nurture the relationship between historical practice and the needs of the contemporary environment, just as our interpretive staff work to bring the past to life in ways both accessible and relevant to a modern audience. This year’s symposium presentations and speakers explore diverse topics and perspectives as we examine how historical gardening methods can both challenge and inspire us to bring about a more sustainable future. From edible gardening to landscape architecture and design, Colonial Williamsburg’s 77th Annual Garden Symposium digs deeper into the Roots of the American Garden.

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Iris Convention (Dallas, TX)

The Iris Society of Dallas is happy to host the 2024 first-ever joint Louisiana and Spuria Iris Convention. Both Louisiana and Spuria irises bloom at the same time in Texas. For those of you that attended the 2023 AIS National Convention in Dallas, you saw how well the Louisiana and Spuria iris grow. We have FIVE area gardens to tour plus other exciting things for iris lovers to enjoy.

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Yew Dell Botanical Gardens’ Spring Plant Sale (Crestwood, KY)

Yew Dell staff scour the planet for the best, the newest and the most tried-and-true to save you the trouble of doing it yourself. And the vast majority of plants for sale were grown right here in our on-site nursery. We’ll have our industry leading staff here to answer questions and help with recommendations. Our Garden Gift Shop staff will have special new offerings for the home and garden. And Martha Lee’s Café will be here to keep you fueled up throughout the day.

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St. Louis Herb Society Herb Sale (St. Louis, MO)

Shop more than 6,000 herb plants, representing more than 125 varieties. Members of The St. Louis Herb Society will be on hand to share plant care tips and information about the Society.

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Planting for Butterflies (San Antonio, TX)

Learn how ground covers can be used as an alternative to lawns and an important element in your home landscape. Ground covers can act as living mulch, control weeds, and even provide habitat for pollinators! Learn all about plant selection, installation, and maintenance in this class. Sponsored by San Antonio Water System.

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Pacific Rose Society Show and Sale (Arcadia, CA)

The Pacific Rose Society hosts one of the largest rose shows each spring. Rose Exhibitors from all over Southern California bring their beautiful roses for display. For this year's rose show, exhibitors and judges must be registered with the convention and have a Registration Number. You do not need to be a member of Pacific Rose Society to exhibit or visit our rose show.

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Garden Class “The Fragrant Garden” (Fort Myers, FL)

This class is designed to introduce a large variety of plants that will enhance your gardens with olfactory bouquets – all season long. Whether your goal is to create an enchanting evening garden, attract new pollinators, or fill the day with sweet whiffs, this program is designed for you! At the end of the in-class presentation, we will have some fun with aromatherapy by introducing participants to the meaning, purpose and value of a host of amazing fragrances – often found in many of the rare tropical flowers here at Edison Ford. Participants will be able to prepare their own “signature” room or linen scent while in class.

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30th Annual Gardeners’ Garden Tour (Charlotte, NC)

Wing Haven and Private Area Gardens, Charlotte, NC, Saturday April 27 & Sunday, April 28. Join us for the 30th annual Gardeners' Garden Tour. Our tour features private area gardens as well as open visitation both days at Wing Haven's three public gardens: Wing Haven Garden & Bird Sanctuary, SEED Wildlife & Children's Garden, and the Elizabeth Lawrence House & Garden. Come be inspired! Title Sponsor Blackhawk Garden Center Garden Tour Hours: Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Purchase your tickets in advance and save!

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Raulston Blooms! and Plant Sale, A Garden Festival for All Ages (Raleigh, NC)

Come kick off the spring season at Raulston Blooms! The garden will be packed with nature inspired activities, a makers market, food trucks and outdoor fun for everyone to enjoy. Shop the spring plant sale. View the birdhouse competition entries. Listen to gardening talks to inspire your spring garden. There is something for everyone!

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Forest Bathing at the Garden (San Francisco, CA)

Looking to feel more grounded and to deepen your relationship with nature? The practice of Forest Therapy (also known as Forest Bathing or Shinrin Yoku) encourages participants to slow down and reconnect with the natural world by quieting the mind and awakening the senses. The practice has been scientifically proven to boost immune strength, reduce stress, and improve cognitive functioning. On this gentle walk, a certified Forest Therapy Guide will lead you through a series of crafted invitations to assist you in finding your own authentic way of interacting with the More-Than-Human World while building community with your fellow participants. There’s no right or wrong way to participate — just come and be yourself. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early. $2 of each ticket purchase will be donated to OneTreePlanted.org, a nonprofit organization focused on global reforestation. This walk will involve gentle physical activity. We recommend wearing warm, comfortable clothing.

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Guess Who Came to Dinner? (Fort Collins, CO)

Diagnosis of insect injuries to plants can be difficult. Oftentimes, the insects are no longer present when the injury is noted, and many insects (and mites), perhaps present, are too small to see. However, clues that help us identify the culprit might be left behind. This topic will be discussed in two parts, the first involving those insects that feed using chewing mouthparts and the second, the insects and mites that feed on the fluids from plants.

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Oklahoma Iris Society 92nd Annual Iris Festival (Oklahoma City, OK)

Join the Oklahoma Iris Society at their 92nd Annual Iris Festival at the Will Rogers Garden in Oklahoma City.

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Terrarium Workshop (Kingsville, MO)

Join Lead Horticulturalist, Collections, Brent Tucker, for a workshop where each attendee will make their own terrarium and learn how to maintain them in your home. After the workshop, attendees can tour the terrarium display in our Terrace Hall. Workshop includes 7" glass terrarium, plants, and care instructions.

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Herbs Galore Plant Sale (Richmond, VA)

Find everything you need to spice up your garden at Richmond’s favorite plant sale, Herbs Galore! Bring a roomy wagon to carry home the bounty of herbs, annuals, perennials, vegetables, and even trees, plus garden accessories and garden-inspired goodies from dozens of nurseries and specialty vendors. Enjoy a day spread out on the Carriage House Lawn, browsing the wares of nearly 80 vendors for rare or popular plants and unique gift items.

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Dawes Arboretum Arbor Day Festival and Spring Plant Sale (Newark, OH)

Join us for The Dawes Arboretum Arbor Day Festival & Spring Plant Sale. Admission is free all day! Help us celebrate all things trees with hands-on activities, a tree giveaway (while supplies last), tree climbing, music and more! There will be food trucks on site for you and your family to purchase food! Our Spring Plant Sale will feature a great selection of plants well suited to spring planting, especially native plants that are perfect for growing in Ohio landscapes. The sale will also include a variety of trees, shrubs, and annuals, while supplies last! Arboretum experts will be available to assist with plant care and selection questions. Members will receive 15% off their purchases.

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University of Delaware Botanic Gardens Plant Sale (Newark, DE)

Ag Day is a decades-old University of Delaware tradition, drawing thousands to the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources each April. Community members enjoy more than 50 attractions, demonstrations, exhibits, and educational activities designed to showcase the wide world of agriculture and natural resources. Ag Day also includes live performances, plant sales, a diverse food court, and a range of experiences for every age.

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Discover the Hidden Life of Flowers (Hockessin, DE)

Learn why flowers look and behave the way they do, why certain plants are placed in certain families, how flowers attract pollinators, and how pollination works. Teri Dunn Chase regales with amazing and entertaining stories from the era of plant hunters. Savor breathtaking photographs by Robert Llewellyn as Teri explains his “image-stacking” technique.

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2024 Columbus African Violet Society Show and Sale

The Columbus African Violet Society will be hosting its annual show and sale of African violets and gesneriads. "African Violets are Like Diamonds in a Pot!" is the theme for this year's show. The show will be held at Beechwold Christian Church, 280 Morse Road, Columbus, OH on Friday, May 3, noon - 5 pm and Saturday, May 4, 10 am -4 pm. The event is free. Any inquiries should be sent to Lori Hilfer, email lphilfer@gmail.com.

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Enchanted Vista Iris Society Annual Iris Show “An Iris Holiday” (Rio Rancho, NM)

Enchanted Vista Iris Society Annual Iris Show "An Iris Holiday”, will be on Saturday, May 4, 2024, Sabana Grande Recreation Center, 4110 Sabana Grande Avenue, SE, Rio Rancho, NM. Entries include the horticulture division, artistic designs (flower arrangements, must include irises), educational displays, and iris photography division. Entries in all divisions are open to public participation with entries taken from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM. Containers for the horticulture division is provided by the society. Judging follows from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM. The show will be open to the public 1:00 – 4:00 PM. No entry fee. For further information please call Robin Kishbaugh at (505) 550-9352.

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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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45th Annual John Druecker Memorial Rhododendron Show (Fort Bragg, CA)

Each year, the Noyo Chapter of the American Rhododendron Society (ARS) partners with Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens to showcase some of the best rhodie specimens on the west coast. The 45th annual John Druecker Memorial Rhododendron Show will be held at the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens on Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5. The juried show is quite possibly the largest in California with a typical show displaying more than 800 entries and filling the big tent with cascades of color and fragrance.

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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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Lifelong Learning: BTS Tour: River Farm in Alexandria, VA (Member Exclusive)

Delve deeper into the northern-most of George Washington’s five properties in this behind-the-scenes tour of River Farm, the American Horticultural Society Headquarters.

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Red Butte Garden Spring Plant Sale (Red Butte, UT)

The Garden offers an impressive selection of herbs, specialty annuals, sun and shade perennials, ornamental grasses, roses, vines, shrubs, conifers, and trees. We have the best selection of heirloom vegetables, native, and water-wise plants you'll find in one location. Find plants for any situation, including bee-friendly and high-altitude plants. Most of the plants are grown by local nurseries and many of the vegetables are grown here in our own greenhouses. Look for our large selection of beautifully potted succulents and hanging flower baskets created by Red Butte Garden staff and volunteers. We also offer a variety of organic fertilizers, as well as coco fiber for increased soil water retention. Garden staff and volunteers on hand to answer your plant and gardening questions.

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Laurelwood Arboretum Annual Plant Sale (Wayne, NJ)

Our annual on-site plant sale will be held on Mother’s Day Weekend – Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12, 2024. Our pre-sale this year includes annual flats, grasses, native plants, perennials and shrubs. Plants ordered in advance will be scheduled for pickup the week before the on-site plant sale.

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Oregon Garden – Digging in the Dirt (Silverton, OR)

Each year, The Oregon Garden’s horticulture staff grows tens of thousands of annuals to be enjoyed by our visitors! Help us kick off the spring planting season and leave your mark on the Garden when you spend the morning planting annuals with us. Your work is rewarded with a bottomless mimosa bar, brunch buffet, live music and a bag full of goodies to take home!

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Annual Wood River Valley Daffodil Festival (Ketchum, ID)

Please join the Sawtooth Botanical Garden at the 3rd Annual Wood River Valley Daffodil Festival. Come enjoy the bloom of 30,000 daffodils made possible by generous volunteers and donors. Food trucks, refreshments, garden tours, music, and more!

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Idaho Botanical Garden Plant Sale (Boise, ID)

The Spring Plant Sale Fundraiser is an annual event that allows garden enthusiasts to learn more about the diverse range of plants cultivated in the Garden and bring pieces of the Garden home with them! Visitors have an opportunity to gain a wealth of knowledge on the different types of plants that are available for their gardening space and how to care for them. The sale also allows you to meet with other gardening enthusiasts and exchange tips, ideas, and more.

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Spokane Garden Expo (Spokane, WA)

The best garden show in the Inland Pacific Northwest--Spokane’s premier garden party and the local gardening community’s pride and joy.

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Reiman Gardens’ Plant Sale Extravaganza (Ames, IA)

Plants for sale include perennials for sun and shade, herbs and vegetables, Iowa natives, woody plants including trees, "Quick Turn" shrubs and Buck roses, container and bedding annuals, houseplants and other topicals, hanging baskets and All-American Selection (AAS) winners.

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Bees: Foragers in Woody Habitat (Hockessin, DE)

Pollinators in the woods? Explore the many ways wild bees nest and forage in woody habitats. Most native bees are solitary and have long evolutionary relationships with our beloved wildflowers and provide important pollination services which ensure the stability of many of our favorite fruits, nuts, and vegetables. In the northeastern US, up to 1/3 of our wild bee species prefer and rely on forest habitats. Some are specialized to only collect pollen and nectar from spring ephemerals on the forest floor, while others nest in rotting logs and in leaf litter deep in the woods.

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Fuss-Free Plants, Designs, and Money-Saving Tips for Savvy Gardeners (Sandwich, MA)

Join renowned gardener, speaker, and author Kerry Ann Mendez for this inspirational program that provides expert advice on designing, planting, and caring for low-maintenance, high-impact gardens.

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Santa Fe Iris Society Show (Santa Fe, NM)

Showing iris in our area is always a gamble, but our society covers such a large area that we can generally have a good show anyway (except for the 1996 show, which didn’t happen due to horrendous drought conditions). The best part about a show (aside from getting to spend a day with all out iris friends) is that if we can put on a very nice show with artisan design arrangements even if unexpected cold weather occur. The Santa Fe lris Society has been innovative, humorous and sentimental with the themes of our shows.

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Hamilton County Master Gardeners Association’s 25th Annual Plant Sale (Noblesville, IN)

Hamilton County Master Gardeners Association is hosting the annual plant sale at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds in Noblesville, IN. Included are iris dug as purchased at the iris bed on the fairgrounds.

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Lifelong Learning BTS Tour: Washington Park Arboretum in Seattle Washington (Member Exclusive)

AHS Reciprocal Garden tour will show highlights of the Pacific Connections Collections and the Rhododendron Glen. This program is only open to AHS members; for additional information and to register, please log into your AHS account.

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Lifelong Learning BTS Tour: Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Columbus Ohio(Member Exclusive)

AHS Reciprocal Garden tour will show highlights of the Ornamental Grasses Collection, the Daylilies Collection, and the Community Garden. This program is only open to AHS members; for additional information and to register, please log into your AHS account.

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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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Lifelong Learning BTS Tour: Glen Echo, MD (AHS Member Exclusive)

Join renowned horticulturists and landscape designers for tours of their home gardens!

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Interventions: Ann Carrington Opening Day (Nashville, TN)

Cheekwood Estate & Gardens names international sculptor Ann Carrington as the 2024 INTERVENTIONS artist, with an exhibition running June 29 – October 27, 2024. Now in its third year, INTERVENTIONS launched in 2021 as an arts initiative to activate the historic period rooms, and to seek inspiration from the Cheek family. The series invites renowned artists from around the globe to imagine and implement a connection between their contemporary work and the historic pieces within the Cheekwood Mansion.

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Santa Fe Iris Society Rhizome Sale (Santa Fe, NM)

The SFIS rhizome sale will be held on Saturday August 3 at 9 am – 12 pm (or until sold out) at the DeVargas Center on N. Guadalupe and Paseo de Peralta These rhizomes are excess rhizomes from our members’ gardens and are proven growers in our climate. The rhizomes have been donated by our members and freshly dug from their own gardens. All rhizomes are cleaned, labeled and dipped in a disinfectant solution.

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Enchanted Vista Iris Society Rhizome Sale (Rio Rancho, NM)

The sale is open to the public 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon. Potted Iris at $7.00 each and iris rhizomes $2 to $7 will be available. These are irises that are locally grown by club members. The irises are cleaned and marked. Club members will be available to answer questions.

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Mesilla Valley Iris Society Rhizome Sale (Las Cruces, NM)

Sale is happening this year Sept 7-8 at the Mesilla Valley Mall near the theater, during mall hours. Irises are very showy flowers that bloom in the spring and come in a multitude of colors and patterns. All sales have pictures showing what each iris looks like and club members are available to answer questions.

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WSU Master Gardener Advanced Education Conference (Virtual)

The virtual 2024 advanced education conference, Gardening in a Changing Climate, provides exceptional opportunities with high-quality classes and instructors. WSU Extension Master Gardeners earn continuing education hours improving their ability to teach sustainable horticulture skills across Washington. The conference features 35 live and recorded classes, focusing on research-based gardening and environmental stewardship practices, that address nine program priorities and support extension master gardener leadership skills.

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