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nat_tulip.GIF 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Master Gardener Series Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Roslyn Branch Library   215-886-9818   mmitchell@mclinc.org
   

Master Gardener Programs

Master Gardener SeriesJoin us for a series of Master Gardener Programs 
Monday evenings from 7-8 p.m.

Register online by clicking the date, at Roslyn Branch Library, 215-886-9818 or mmitchell@mclinc.org

Raised Bed Gardening with Master Gardener Rachel Davies
Monday, March 27, at 7 p.m.
What is a raised bed, and why would you want one in your yard? With what might you fill it and plant it? Learn how you can lengthen your growing season and increase your harvest of vegetables or flowers.
Registration starts Monday, March 6.

Soil Testing: What to do with the Results with Master Gardener Thomas Mrazik of Goodly Gardens
Monday, April 3, at 7 p.m.
Nothing is more important to a wonderful garden than healthy soil. In the class we will learn how to take a soil test and implement the recommendations. 
Registration starts Monday, March 6.

A Four Seasons Garden with Master Gardener Mary McKnight
Monday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m.
Dr Mary McKnight-Seltzer of Ideas in Bloom combines the science of botany with the art of design. Her philosophy: There is a creative solution to every gardening problem. Regardless of the season your landscape should always have interest and give pleasure.
Registration starts Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Native Ground Covers for Shade with Master Gardener Pam Herceg
Monday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m.
Create a fresh new look for your landscape with beautiful native layers. Combining a variety of colors, textures and sizes of native shade plants, generates many seasons of interest AND attract birds, butterflies and beneficial insects; beauty AND biodiversity!
Registration starts Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Trained at Longwood Gardens and Morris Arboretum in ornamental horticulture and landscape design, Master Gardener, Pam Herceg, has been designing and planting with natives for the past fifteen years through her company Little Creek Landscapes.

Planting Bulbs in the Fall for Spring Blooms, A Lesson in Patience with Master Gardener Betsy Nutt
Monday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m.
Learn how to plant bulbs in the fall so your garden becomes alive with colorful flowers in the spring. Find out exactly what is a bulb. Discover when is the best time to plant in our area, how to prepare the soil for the healthiest plants, what bulbs are suitable for our location and how to plan your bulb garden for longer blooming. Hear about methods to keep bulb-eating critters at bay. Finally, determine the importance of the care of bulbs after blooming. There will be a number of handouts to reinforce the discussion.
Registration starts Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Speaker, Betsy Nutt, is a Penn State Master Gardener volunteer. She lives on a small farm where she and her husband have raised sheep for 30 years. They grow and freeze all their vegetables for the year. Their gardens also include fruits, berries and perennial flowers.


All of the presenters are Master Gardener Volunteers from the Montgomery County Cooperative Extension.  Master Gardeners are volunteers trained by the Penn State Cooperative Extension.

Once they complete their training, Master Gardeners help the Extension better serve the home gardening public by answering questions, speaking to groups, working with 4-H horticultural projects, participating in civic beautification, maintaining demonstration gardens, teaching plant sciences and horticulture, maintaining this web site, and in many other ways.

Master Gardeners are willing and able to educate individuals and groups in gardening topics such as plant selection, composting, soil improvement, 
pest control, vegetable and flower gardening, pruning, and more.  


The views and opinions expressed in various library programs are solely those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent the views of the Abington Township Public Library or the Friends of Abington Township Public Library.

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    Location: Roslyn Branch Library
    Registration will begin on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at 12:00 AM     
Monday October 2, 2017 Go To Top
nat_tulip.GIF 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Master Gardener Series Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Roslyn Branch Library   215-886-9818   mmitchell@mclinc.org
   

Master Gardener Programs

Master Gardener SeriesJoin us for a series of Master Gardener Programs 
Monday evenings from 7-8 p.m.

Register online by clicking the date, at Roslyn Branch Library, 215-886-9818 or mmitchell@mclinc.org

Raised Bed Gardening with Master Gardener Rachel Davies
Monday, March 27, at 7 p.m.
What is a raised bed, and why would you want one in your yard? With what might you fill it and plant it? Learn how you can lengthen your growing season and increase your harvest of vegetables or flowers.
Registration starts Monday, March 6.

Soil Testing: What to do with the Results with Master Gardener Thomas Mrazik of Goodly Gardens
Monday, April 3, at 7 p.m.
Nothing is more important to a wonderful garden than healthy soil. In the class we will learn how to take a soil test and implement the recommendations. 
Registration starts Monday, March 6.

A Four Seasons Garden with Master Gardener Mary McKnight
Monday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m.
Dr Mary McKnight-Seltzer of Ideas in Bloom combines the science of botany with the art of design. Her philosophy: There is a creative solution to every gardening problem. Regardless of the season your landscape should always have interest and give pleasure.
Registration starts Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Native Ground Covers for Shade with Master Gardener Pam Herceg
Monday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m.
Create a fresh new look for your landscape with beautiful native layers. Combining a variety of colors, textures and sizes of native shade plants, generates many seasons of interest AND attract birds, butterflies and beneficial insects; beauty AND biodiversity!
Registration starts Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Trained at Longwood Gardens and Morris Arboretum in ornamental horticulture and landscape design, Master Gardener, Pam Herceg, has been designing and planting with natives for the past fifteen years through her company Little Creek Landscapes.

Planting Bulbs in the Fall for Spring Blooms, A Lesson in Patience with Master Gardener Betsy Nutt
Monday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m.
Learn how to plant bulbs in the fall so your garden becomes alive with colorful flowers in the spring. Find out exactly what is a bulb. Discover when is the best time to plant in our area, how to prepare the soil for the healthiest plants, what bulbs are suitable for our location and how to plan your bulb garden for longer blooming. Hear about methods to keep bulb-eating critters at bay. Finally, determine the importance of the care of bulbs after blooming. There will be a number of handouts to reinforce the discussion.
Registration starts Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Speaker, Betsy Nutt, is a Penn State Master Gardener volunteer. She lives on a small farm where she and her husband have raised sheep for 30 years. They grow and freeze all their vegetables for the year. Their gardens also include fruits, berries and perennial flowers.


All of the presenters are Master Gardener Volunteers from the Montgomery County Cooperative Extension.  Master Gardeners are volunteers trained by the Penn State Cooperative Extension.

Once they complete their training, Master Gardeners help the Extension better serve the home gardening public by answering questions, speaking to groups, working with 4-H horticultural projects, participating in civic beautification, maintaining demonstration gardens, teaching plant sciences and horticulture, maintaining this web site, and in many other ways.

Master Gardeners are willing and able to educate individuals and groups in gardening topics such as plant selection, composting, soil improvement, 
pest control, vegetable and flower gardening, pruning, and more.  


The views and opinions expressed in various library programs are solely those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent the views of the Abington Township Public Library or the Friends of Abington Township Public Library.

Share with friends: Facebook Twitter Google Plus share Forward MySpace Favorite

 
Click here for more!    
    Location: Roslyn Branch Library
    Registration will begin on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at 12:00 AM     
Monday October 9, 2017 Go To Top
nat_tulip.GIF 7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM Master Gardener Series Remind Me about this Event   Tell a Friend
    Contact: Roslyn Branch Library   215-886-9818   mmitchell@mclinc.org
   

Master Gardener Programs

Master Gardener SeriesJoin us for a series of Master Gardener Programs 
Monday evenings from 7-8 p.m.

Register online by clicking the date, at Roslyn Branch Library, 215-886-9818 or mmitchell@mclinc.org

Raised Bed Gardening with Master Gardener Rachel Davies
Monday, March 27, at 7 p.m.
What is a raised bed, and why would you want one in your yard? With what might you fill it and plant it? Learn how you can lengthen your growing season and increase your harvest of vegetables or flowers.
Registration starts Monday, March 6.

Soil Testing: What to do with the Results with Master Gardener Thomas Mrazik of Goodly Gardens
Monday, April 3, at 7 p.m.
Nothing is more important to a wonderful garden than healthy soil. In the class we will learn how to take a soil test and implement the recommendations. 
Registration starts Monday, March 6.

A Four Seasons Garden with Master Gardener Mary McKnight
Monday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m.
Dr Mary McKnight-Seltzer of Ideas in Bloom combines the science of botany with the art of design. Her philosophy: There is a creative solution to every gardening problem. Regardless of the season your landscape should always have interest and give pleasure.
Registration starts Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Native Ground Covers for Shade with Master Gardener Pam Herceg
Monday, Oct. 2, at 7 p.m.
Create a fresh new look for your landscape with beautiful native layers. Combining a variety of colors, textures and sizes of native shade plants, generates many seasons of interest AND attract birds, butterflies and beneficial insects; beauty AND biodiversity!
Registration starts Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Trained at Longwood Gardens and Morris Arboretum in ornamental horticulture and landscape design, Master Gardener, Pam Herceg, has been designing and planting with natives for the past fifteen years through her company Little Creek Landscapes.

Planting Bulbs in the Fall for Spring Blooms, A Lesson in Patience with Master Gardener Betsy Nutt
Monday, Oct. 9, at 7 p.m.
Learn how to plant bulbs in the fall so your garden becomes alive with colorful flowers in the spring. Find out exactly what is a bulb. Discover when is the best time to plant in our area, how to prepare the soil for the healthiest plants, what bulbs are suitable for our location and how to plan your bulb garden for longer blooming. Hear about methods to keep bulb-eating critters at bay. Finally, determine the importance of the care of bulbs after blooming. There will be a number of handouts to reinforce the discussion.
Registration starts Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Speaker, Betsy Nutt, is a Penn State Master Gardener volunteer. She lives on a small farm where she and her husband have raised sheep for 30 years. They grow and freeze all their vegetables for the year. Their gardens also include fruits, berries and perennial flowers.


All of the presenters are Master Gardener Volunteers from the Montgomery County Cooperative Extension.  Master Gardeners are volunteers trained by the Penn State Cooperative Extension.

Once they complete their training, Master Gardeners help the Extension better serve the home gardening public by answering questions, speaking to groups, working with 4-H horticultural projects, participating in civic beautification, maintaining demonstration gardens, teaching plant sciences and horticulture, maintaining this web site, and in many other ways.

Master Gardeners are willing and able to educate individuals and groups in gardening topics such as plant selection, composting, soil improvement, 
pest control, vegetable and flower gardening, pruning, and more.  


The views and opinions expressed in various library programs are solely those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent the views of the Abington Township Public Library or the Friends of Abington Township Public Library.

Share with friends: Facebook Twitter Google Plus share Forward MySpace Favorite

 
Click here for more!    
    Location: Roslyn Branch Library
    Registration will begin on Wednesday, September 6, 2017 at 12:00 AM     
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