Seminars

2020 Fall Classes

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have
moved our gardening classes online for now.
We look forward to having them in person again
when it is safe to do so. 
A few minutes before class begins click on the link below
or copy and paste into your browser.
(If you don’t have Zoom already downloaded on your computer,
click the link early to give yourself time to do that ahead of time. )

Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/94730813574?pwd=eTRITFNCYmkwS3NkSzJxNW9ndmpFZz09

Meeting ID: 947 3081 3574
Passcode: Y8rDMr

Classes last about 30 – 40 minutes.
A recording of each class will be available for viewing later.
 If you are unable to attend live, we will post a YouTube link on the schedule below within 24 hours of the class. So you can watch, or re-watch the recording at your leisure.
Class dates, topics and instructors subject to change without notice

Date

Time

Topic

Sept 19 10:00 am Flowers for Fall Color – What can I plant now?
Many perennials (and some annuals) do well when planted in the fall and will provide wonderful fall color  in your pots and flower beds well after frost becomes commonplace. Join us to learn how to extend the gardening season by planting flowers for fall color.
Also, we will discuss planting fall bulbs like tulips and daffodils for color next spring… And how to plant bulbs 3 layers deep in a pot for successive blooms over a long season next spring.
View a recording of this class on YouTube here.
Sept 26 10:00 am Trees and Shrubs for Spectacular Fall Color
We will review which trees, shrubs, and vines produce the most spectacular fall hues of red, orange, and yellow. And fall color doesn’t just come from leaves. Berries, bark and twigs can also provide great fall and winter interest. Join us to learn the what, where, when, and how of fall tree and shrub planting.
Oct 3 10:00 am Preparing you Yard for Winter- What can I do now?
East Idaho winters can be hard on plants… and people. Which plants need protection? How do you protect them? When should I do it? Is it important to feed plants in the fall? When should I prune? Join us to learn the what, when, and how of ‘winterizing’ your lawn, landscape, and garden.
Oct 10 10:00 am Houseplants 101
Houseplants have become more popular than ever since the COVID-19 pandemic . But if you are new to houseplants you might be feeling a little overwhelmed. Which plants do best in low light? How often should I water? When should I feed? Join us to learn the what, where, when, and how of houseplants.
Oct 17 10:00 am Indoor Succulents and Cacti- What’s hot?
Growing succulents and cacti indoors has become all the rage recently. What’s the big deal? They are just the cutest, easiest-to-care-for plants ever! Join us to learn the what, where, when, and how of growing succulents and cacti indoors.
Oct 24 10:00 am Top 5 Easiest Houseplants to Grow and Care For
Let’s face it, some houseplants can require more care and expertise than we might be able to give them. Not so with these 10 superstars. These are our top 10 easiest houseplants to grow and care for. Your friends will be amazed at how green your thumb is. Join us and learn what they are and why they made our list.

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