2016 Garden Series Classes

All New Classes for Spring, Summer, Winter and Fall


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With topics in horticulture, landscape design and garden arts, our Garden Series has classes for everyone, whether experienced or just beginning.  Featuring both introductory and advanced subjects, classes provide many different ideas and techniques for improving the home garden, growing plants, and decorating with them. Join us for a morning, afternoon, or evening session, and let our skilled experts share their experience and knowledge with you.

Download class Registration Form and mail or fax
or register on line at our secure site http's://gardens.scholarchip.com/home.aspx

 

Winter
(follow the link above for the Winter class descriptions)

Garden Design Seminar - CLOSED February 27
Organic Lawn Care March 5
Sexy Native Plants for Your Garden March 12
Gardening for the Birds and Bees March 12
Grafting Workshop - CLOSED March 15

 

Spring

(follow the link above for the Spring class descriptions)

Pruning Techniques for the Homeowner (Workshop) April 2
Plants That Work so You Don't Have To! April 2
Organic Vegetable Gardening April 9
Container Vegetable & Fruit Gardening April 23
America's Story of the Tomato April 23
Container Gardening with Annuals (Workshop) May 14
Kim's Jam Session (Workshop) May 17
Choosing the Best Plants for Home Landscapes June 4
Designing Mixed Borders (Workshop) June 11
Indian Herbs and Spices June 18
Putting Herbs to Work in Your Garden June 18

 

Summer

(follow the link above for the Summer class descriptions)

Principles of Plant Breeding July 23
Overworked Gardeners Guide to Preserving August 27
Totally Tomatoes August 27
Basic Plant Propagation:Reproducing Plants (Workshop) September 10
The Wonderful World of Daylilies September 18

 

Fall

(follow the link above for the Fall class descriptions)

Extending the Growing Season October 1
Bulbs for Your Garden October 22
Crafting with Succulents: Making Cornucupulents (Workshop) November 12
Wreath Decorating and Winter Container (Workshop) December 3

 

Download class Registration Form and mail or fax
or register on line at our secure site http's://gardens.scholarchip.com/home.aspx

Registrants may cancel up to 3 days before a class date. A refund will be given, minus a $10 administrative fee. Cancellations must be received in writing by email. To cancel, please email Nancy Herbert at herbert@aesop.rutgers.edu.

The Gardens reserves the right to cancel a class due to low enrollment.Classes cancelled by the Gardens because of low enrollment or Garden closure will be automatically fully refunded.