Garden Event List

July 13, 2024
  • Annual Plant Sale
    Date: July 13, 2024
    Time: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Location: The University of Vermont Horticulture Research Center, 65 Green Mountain Dr, South Burlington, VT 05403, USA


    Description:

    Empty spaces in your garden?  Here’s the perfect opportunity to find the plants for your garden.  Bring your list to our Annual Plant Sale to find a plant for your front or back garden, small or big garden, shade or sun garden.  From coneflowers and lady’s mantle to lilacs and more, our Annual Plant Sale has a wide variety of ornamental trees, shrubs, and perennials generously donated by over 40 Vermont nurseries.  Their contributions have supported the Friends of the Horticulture Farm over the years.

    Members-only Preview 9-10:  Membership benefit allows you to view and buy plants early.  Become a member by signing up at our website, or at the sale.

    https://fhfvt.org/events/annual-plant-sale-3/

  • Thriving Gardens Course: Make & Take Workshops
    Date: July 13, 2024
    Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

    Location: Ethan Allen Homestead Museum and Historic Site, 1 Ethan Allen Homestead, Burlington, VT 05408, USA


    Description:

    The Thriving Gardens Course is a unique garden education program offered by the Vermont Garden Network to teach adults how to grow their own food in a fun, supportive, and cooperative learning environment. The 6-month long course follows the rhythm of the growing season through weekly lessons and hands-on garden work.

    Registration fee: $600

    Early bird fee for full payments before February 20: $550

    • Monthly make-and-take workshops are scheduled on one Saturday per month, from 9:30am – 12:00pm.  (May 4, June 8, July 13, August 10, September 14)

    https://vtgardens.org/what-we-do/thrivinggardenscourse/

  • THE VITALITY OF SOIL
    Date: July 13, 2024
    Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am

    Location: Cedar Circle Farm & Education Center, 225 Pavillion Rd, East Thetford, VT 05043, USA


    Description:

    Soils provide the foundation for terrestrial ecosystem functions, environmental health, and human well-being, and we can proactively protect soils for future generations. Learn what soil is and what it does, how soil biodiversity contributes to ecosystems services, and the importance of good soil management, including soil testing. Register

    https://cedarcirclefarm.org/education/localecoseries

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