Horticulture (001)

001-631. Container Gardening.

This one-class workshop will present options for gardening in containers - from vegetables to flowers to water gardens. It will be held at a local nursery. There will be a lecture and slide presentation to discuss proper techniques and ideas. In the second part of the workshop, students will create their own garden in a container. There will be an additional fee for the container and plants. A map will be mailed prior to the date of the workshop.

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001-632. Container Herb Gardening.

Learn about culinary herbs and their uses, then plan and plant a small container herb garden to take home.

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001-636. Perennial Gardening.

This course will guide you through designing, planting and maintaining your own perennial garden. We will discuss site selection, soil preparation and approximately fifty varieties of hardy long blooming perennial plants. This design will give you color in your yard from spring through fall.

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001-649. Organic Vegetable Gardening.

Whether it's in a container or on a plot of land, you can create an organic garden. This seminar will cover planning your space, soil, testing, picking your plants, composting, companion planting and harvesting what you have grown.

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001-650B. Landscape Maintenance.

Overview of various maintenance activities pertaining to trees, shrubs and perennials.

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001-650D. Landscape Design-Basic / 18hr.

Gain an understanding of basic personal landscape design principals, including residential site overview and measurements, the design process and content and plan composition and basic graphics.

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001-650E. Yard Beautiful!.

Discover all the outdoor areas of a residence from the curbside to a backyard entertaining area and beyond and how to improve on those spaces. Learn landscape design techniques and tips, including proper use of a space; plant, law and soil information; plant maintenance techniques; and some plant species suggestions for our area.

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