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Visit 21 gardens in Lancaster County and learn how to find deadly mushrooms. 42 Classes and Events for Plant People to Try in July | Life and Culture

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Learn about houseplants and native plants, tour the historic and contemporary gardens, and find the pop-up plant bar.

In July of this year, there will be dozens of lectures and classes for virtual and face-to-face learning about plants in the Lancaster County area.

Thursday, July 1st, 7:00 pm History of black gardening. This online presentation (from Hershey Public Library, Manada Conservancy, Hershey Gardens Friends) follows “Hometown: A Retrospective of a Colored Man’s Love with Nature” read by the Longwood Gardens community. Writer Abra Lee discusses this book with the history and importance of black horticulture and conservation. freedom. Register online..

Saturday, July 3rd, 10am to 11am Guided Nature Walk Through Hershey Gardens.. Take part in a garden walk adventure. free entrance. Continues every Saturday in July.

Wednesday, July 7th, 6:30 pm All-season gardening: managing garden problems. In this online discussion from Pennsylvania State University, we will share how to manage garden issues such as insects, illnesses and weeds. freedom. Register online..

Wednesday, July 7th, 7pm-8:30pm Foraging bacteria: Virtual bacteria ID. In this online class at Fox Haven Farm and Forage Culture, you’ll learn how to identify mushrooms and navigate online forums. $ 35. Register online..

Thursday, July 8th, 4 pm-5pm Gardens and tonics: lost horizons, redefined boundaries. In this virtual talk from Scott Arboretum (Part 2 of the two-part webinar), you’ll learn how gardeners rebuilt their gardens after Hurricane Sandy. freedom. Register online..

in progress. The world of plants: Explore gardening. This online course at Longwood Gardens covers topics such as plant evolution and diversity, bonsai pruning, and longwood plant acquisitions. freedom. Register online Until July 9th.

Friday, July 9th, 5 pm-8pm Mary Ome Gardens 25th Anniversary Party.. Join the Lititz History Foundation and attend a garden memorial party at Johannes Müller House, 137 E. Main Street, Lititz in 1792. Garden tour is free.. Home tours are $ 8 for adults.

Friday, July 9th, 11:00 am-noon. Virtual Gentle Flow Yoga in the garden. Join a virtual garden-themed yoga class from Scott Arboretum. freedom. Register online..

Saturday, July 10 1-4pm Pop-up plant bar with terrarium therapy At Fireside Cafe, 158 Toddy Dr., East Earl. Build your own juicy deal, prices vary from $ 5 to $ 60. Pre-registration is recommended..

Saturday, July 10th, 10am to 11am Butterflies and flowers. This online discussion from Pennsylvania State University will focus on the plants that attract butterflies and where to plant them in the garden. freedom. Register online..

Sunday, July 11th, 11 am-4pm Marietta Garden Tour. Visit Marietta’s eight gardens and attend a seminar on herbs. $ 12 or $ 10 in advance, Benefits the Marietta Community House.

Sunday, July 11 1-3pm Living landscape At the Horn Farm Center in Heram, York County. Find seeds growing in the wild and learn about the land. $ 15. Register online..

Monday, July 12, 7:00 pm Choosing a native plant is not as easy as it looks. The Lancaster County Garden Club will host this talk with Mike Slater on how native plants fit into the net of life. Salem United Christian Church, 2312 Marietta Avenue, Rollers Town. Guest is $ 5. Details: lancastergardenclub.org..

(Start) July 12th (Monday). Vegetables, herbs, fruits, nuts.. This online self-study course from Longwood Gardens is an introduction to the world of edible plants. $ 189. Classes will continue until August 23rd. Register online..

(Start) July 12th (Monday). Trees, shrubs, conifers.. This online self-study course from Longwood Gardens is an introduction to the world of woody plants. $ 189. Classes will continue until August 23rd. Register online..

(Start) July 12th (Monday). Annuals, perennials and vines. This online self-study course from Longwood Gardens introduces you to the world of annuals, perennials and vines. $ 189. Classes will continue until August 23rd. Register online..

(Start) July 12th (Monday). Houseplants, succulents, cacti. This online self-study course from Longwood Gardens is an introduction to the world of foliage plants. $ 189. Classes will continue until August 23rd. Register online..

Tuesday, July 13th, 1pm to 2:30 pm Home food preservation: pickling.. This online class at Pennsylvania State University focuses on how to safely pickle food. $ 5. Register online..

Tuesday, July 13th, 1pm to 3pm Review of the hottest ornamental plant pests in summer. This online class at Pennsylvania State University focuses on insects and pests, and how to manage them. freedom. Register online..

Wednesday, July 14th, 7pm-8:30pm Native Annual: Underutilized resources.. In this online class from the mountains. Learn about Cuba Center, short-lived native plants. $ 24. Register online..

Thursday, July 15 12: 30-4: 30 pm Woody Plant Conference.. This virtual conference from Morris Arboretum, Shanti Clear, Longwood Gardens, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, Scott Arboretum, and Tyler Arboretum will feature sessions on trees, shrubs, and plants in the Central Atlantic. $ 39. Register online..

Thursday, July 15th and Friday, July 16th, 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm Natural Design for Mid-Atlantic Countries: An Intensive Virtual Course. This online class from Morris Arboretum shows you how to design and document all phases of native landscape development. $ 150. Register online..

Thursday, July 15th, 6pm to 8pm Introduction of foraging women. Elizabeth Davidson of Forage Culture leads this face-to-face class at the Horn Farm Center on 4945 Horn Road in Hallam. $ 25. Register online..

Friday, July 16th, 5pm to 8pm, and Saturday, July 17th, 10am to 4pm Porch and porch garden tour. Visit the 12 gardens at the southern end, visit the garden shops and see the newly renovated sanctuary of the historic Chestnut-level Presbyterian Church. $ 20, $ 15 in advance, $ 10 for children under 10 years old. Please contact the church office for tickets at 717-548-2763.

Saturday, July 17th 9 am-noon. Household food preservation canning: Pressure canning of green beans. This online class at Pennsylvania State University provides step-by-step instructions on how to put pressure on common beans. $ 15. Register online.

Saturday, July 17th 10:00 am-noon. Plant Medicine Basics: Creating First Aid Kits for Herbs At the Horn Farm Center in Heram, York County. Learn how to make your own herbal first aid kit. $ 30. Register online..

Tuesday, July 20th, 6pm to 7pm Garden art: Serena Sanders. In this online lecture from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, you’ll learn more about the artists at this Meadowbrook Farm, who make outdoor productions. freedom. Register online..

Wednesday, July 21 Noon-1 pm Community Forestry Webinar: What’s New in Urban Tree Pests: Tree Diseases. This online class at Pennsylvania State University focuses on how to identify and manage tree diseases in the city. freedom. Register online..

Wednesday, July 21st, 7 pm-8:30pm Foraging fungi: Virtual look-alike and mushroom toxicity. In this online class at Fox Haven Farm and Forage Culture, you’ll learn how to identify the deadliest mushrooms and their look-alikes. $ 35. Register online..

Tuesday, July 22nd 9 am-11am and 6pm-8pm Kids floral design class With the prosperous flowers of East Earl. Children aged 5 to 12 will learn how to cut flowers and arrange them themselves. $ 30. Register online..

Thursday, July 22nd, 6pm to 8pm Foraging: A walk of plants in midsummer. Riverbend Foraging’s Jon Darby leads this face-to-face class at the Horn Farm Center on 4945 Horn Road in Hallam. $ 25. Register online..

Thursday, July 22nd, 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm Wine bottle succulent workshop At Wrightsville Moon Dancer Vineyard and Winery. $ 48. Register online..

Thursday, July 22 7:00 pm Home food preservation: tomatoes and salsa. This online class at Pennsylvania State University focuses on how to safely pickle tomatoes. $ 5. Register online..

Friday, July 23, 11:00 am-noon. Virtual gentle flow yoga in the garden.. Join a virtual garden-themed yoga class from Scott Arboretum. freedom. Register online..

Saturday, July 24, 9:30 am to 3:30 pm Gardening seminars and field trips with indigenous peoples. This program at Pennsylvania State University explores native meadows, large and small. This day includes a tour of the three gardens. Meet at Penn State Extension York County, 2401 Pleasant Valley Road, York. $ 20. Register online..

Monday, July 26, 1:00 pm Home food preservation: Canned water bath. This online class at Pennsylvania State University will show you how to eat with a water bath and air vapor method. $ 5. Register online..

Tuesday, July 27, 6:30 pm Eustoma summer highlight class At Flourish Flowers in East Earl. Learn how to arrange eustoma and other summer flowers. $ 78. Register online..

Wednesday, July 28, 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Demonstration and workshop of framing floral technique. This online demonstration from Longwood Gardens shares inspiration from Renee Tucci and her book Framing Floral Techniques. $ 29. Register online..

Saturday, July 31 10 am-noon. Know the native plants: the magic of the meadows. This online talk from Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve introduces native plants that thrive in the meadows. $ 25. Register online..

in progress.. Everything about Orchid Essentials. This self-study online course at Longwood Gardens focuses on orchids. $ 29.99. Register online Until August 25th.

in progress. The basics of flower design. This self-study online course at Longwood Gardens will teach you the basic skills needed to create a flower arrangement. $ 99. Register online Until October 14th.

in progress. The beginning of bonsai. This online self-study course from Longwood Gardens is an introduction to the world of bonsai. $ 39. Classes will continue until November 1st. Register online..

And look at August:

Sunday, August 1st, 1 pm to 3 pm Living landscape At the Horn Farm Center in Heram, York County. Find seeds growing in the wild and learn about the land. $ 15. Register online..

Tuesday, August 3rd, 1:00 pm Home food preservation: fermented pickles and sauerkraut.. This online class at Pennsylvania State University will show you how to ferment pickles and sauerkraut. $ 5. Register online..

Wednesday, August 4th, 7 pm-8:30pm A tree for mushroom hunting. In this online class at Fox Haven Farm and Forage Culture, you will learn how to understand trees through mushroom hunting lenses. $ 35. Register online..

Friday, August 6th, 11:00 am-noon. Virtual Gentle Flow Yoga in the garden. Join a virtual garden-themed yoga class from Scott Arboretum. freedom. Register online.

Friday, August 6th, 1:00 pm Home food preservation: tomatoes and salsa. This online class at Pennsylvania State University focuses on how to safely pickle tomatoes. $ 5. Register online..

Sunday, August 8th, 10am to 2pm Rose day At Hershey Gardens. Learn about rose care, watch flower arrangement demonstrations, and tour the rose garden. Activities included in the admission fee.

Visit 21 gardens in Lancaster County and learn how to find deadly mushrooms. 42 Classes and Events for Plant People to Try in July | Life and Culture

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