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Discover how in this hands-on planting workshop which combines both garden art and plant science.
Bring a box to take home two different kinds of planted bulbs. Landreth Seed Company, the oldest seedhouse in America, established in 1784 and the fourth oldest US corporation.
Cost: Free Location: Haggerty Center Children discover the soap making process long ago and today.
Then use natural and herbal ingredients to design and create their own simple bar soaps to take home. Cost: per child Location: Haggerty Center Plant the seeds for a love of nature in Sprouts or Seedlings.
The low-stress environment of shade (cooler temperatures, fewer water demands, carbon sequestration) is extremely beneficial for our plants, our planet, and us.
Ken details new ways of looking at all aspects of the gardening process, in topics such as designing your garden, choosing and planting trees, soil conservation, critter issues, and discovering the vast array of owers and foliage – all within the trials of a warming planet, shrinking resources, and new weather patterns.
Following Barbara’s talk, please join us for refreshments and make your reservation early, as seats are limited! Snow Date Sunday, January 21Cost: Free to members, but registration is required Location: Haggerty Center Interested in photography?
Enter the Focus On Nature High School photography competition.
Cost: Free Location: Haggerty Center Since 1979, The Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum have supported horticultural education through a scholarship named for Dr. This year’s Benjamin Blackburn Lecture speaker is Ken Druse.
In these programs, preschoolers ages 2-3 (Sprouts) and ages 4-5 (Seedlings) and their adult caregivers will discover the wonders of nature.
Each session features a different theme based on what is growing in the gardens. Cost: per child Location: Haggerty Center Plant the seeds for a love of nature in Sprouts or Seedlings.
He generously shared his vast knowledge and deep love for horticulture with many staff members in the Horticulture Division and with his countless fans – members of The Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum and area garden clubs.
Currently, the scholarship is offered to students in the Landscape Technology Program at County College of Morris.