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Apartment Gardener's: Creating an Indoor Garden

Successful indoor gardening requires knowledge of both plant material and growing techniques. Learn to select the right plants for various locations, based on light levels, temperatures, and aesthetics. Discuss unusual plants, tools and supplies, and maintenance such as grooming, nutrition, and pest control that will keep your plants in good shape.

$39
Sa.   Nov 12th, 10am
All levels
(155)
Living Lessons in Gardening: The Garden Plan: Palette

Using the Garden as a classroom, explore garden design principles, plant choice, and maintenance techniques with an experienced horticulturist. Bring your own gardening questions and share your experiences. Each month offers a new focus, so sign up for one or more. This class meets outdoors rain or shine, so dress appropriately.

$29
Sa.   Oct 15th, 10am
All levels
(86)
Other Dates (2)
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Wake Up Your Garden! Spring Gardeners Task List

Spring cleaning in the garden can be fun. Get shrub and herbaceous borders spruced up and looking good! Review a checklist of tasks to be performed during spring maintenance, ranging from raking off winter mulch to looking for signs of winter injury and noting where gaps in the garden can be filled. All this gives your garden a head start on a great...

$39
Sa.   Feb 11th, 10am
All levels
(155)
Living Lessons in Gardening: Understand Color & Texture

Using the Garden as a classroom, explore garden design principles, plant choice, and maintenance techniques with an experienced horticulturist. Bring your own gardening questions and share your experiences. Each month offers a new focus, so sign up for one or more. This class meets outdoors rain or shine, so dress appropriately.

$29
Sa.   Sep 10th, 10am
All levels
(86)
Other Dates (2)
Put Your Garden to Bed

What to do in fall to ensure a healthy garden next spring? Give yourself a head start on your best garden ever by taking care of it now! Learn what to do this fall to improve soil quality, protect perennials and tender plants through the winter, eliminate choice over-wintering sites for insects and diseases, and manage all those fallen leaves.

$45
Su.   Oct 2nd, 10am
All levels
(155)
Other Dates (2)
Fundamentals of Gardening

Explore the basic principles underlying successful, environmentally friendly gardening, including the structure and physiological processes of plants and their relationships to the settings in which they grow. In this theory class, students learn not only what to do, but why. Topics include soils and their improvement, seed sowing, vegetative propagation,...

$315
4 sessions
Th.   Oct 6th, 6:15pm
Beginner
(155)
Other Dates (4)
Kokedama: Hanging Garden Workshop

Get your hands dirty in this workshop as you learn the art of kokedama, the cultivation of a plant encased in a hanging ball of moss. After a brief discussion on the history of kokedama and a hands-on demo by the instructor, you will pick a houseplant to repot in a moss ball and spend the rest of the workshop perfecting your craft. Everyone will make...

$78
Su.   Sep 18th, 2pm
All levels
(86)
Other Dates (2)
Preparing Your Garden for the Winter

Get your garden ready now for fuller blooms and healthier plants next spring. Learn the best techniques for protecting perennials that will overwinter outdoors (including in containers); preparing the soil to ensure maximum fertility; and minimizing pest and disease problems next year.

$53
Sa.   Sep 24th, 10am
All levels
(86)
All About Containers Saturday: Container Gardening 101

Container gardening requires some specialized knowledge to achieve quality results. Learn the basics for planting and maintaining a healthy outdoor container garden: materials and styles of containers, various potting mixes, fertilization, and watering requirements. After getting a few suggestions for plants that thrive in containers, and you'll be...

$39
Sa.   Oct 29th, 10am
All levels
(155)
Apartment Gardener's: Succeed with Low Light Plants

Houseplants don't have to be dull! Find out about new and unusual plants that thrive in the light-deprived light conditions to choose the right plants for your space. Discover cultivation techniques for these shade-loving species, including fertilization, water management, and pest control. Your household flora will never be the same again!

$39
Sa.   Nov 12th, 12:45pm
All levels
(155)

Get Artsy

Apartment Gardener's Saturday: Growing Herbs Indoors

You can have fresh herbs year-round by learning specific techniques for growing them indoors. Whether you want to successfully transplant your herb plants from an outdoor garden to an indoor one, or are starting your indoor herb garden from scratch, this class will teach you the essentials of managing indoor growing conditions for aromatic herbs. You...

$39
Sa.   Nov 12th, 3pm
All levels
(155)
Stonework in the Garden

Stone is an essential landscape component and indispensable in garden design. Explore the many ways Jan Johnsen incorporates stone in her designs, including walls, patios, walkways, and steps. Learn the significance of cairns and stone circles, how to position stones in interesting ways, and how the Japanese classify stones in their famed rock gardens....

$105
T.   Nov 15th, 10am
All levels
(155)
A Truly Native Garden - A Challenge Met

NYBG's Native Plant Garden, designed by Oehme, van Sweden, offers a range of microclimates across 3.5 acres of varied terrain. Learn how the planting plan-with nearly 100,000 native trees, shrubs, wildflowers, ferns, and grasses-was developed, and how it's successfully maintained. Curator Michael Hagen describes how many planting challenges were resolved...

$35
T.   Nov 15th, 1pm
All levels
(155)
Urban Garden Design

This class begins with a foundation in the history of garden design and offers a brief overview of landscape design principles, materials, and plants. Each student then creates a design for an urban garden. Note: A supply list will be provided at the first session.

$339
6 sessions
Th.   Oct 13th, 6pm
Beginner
(86)
Compost: The Key to Healthy Gardens

Soil of poor quality or even toxic soils are the unfortunate starting points for many urban gardeners. The solution is compost—it provides a clean, safe medium for growing food and supplies the micro-nutrients that plants require to overcome diseases and pests. Learn three methods of composting that will improve soil fertility and structure: hot...

$45
T.   Mar 14th, 6pm
All levels
(155)