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New York Botanical Continuing Ed Sallelite at Bard

Rural Intelligence Home and GardenIt begins with the first sign of fall and grows more pronounced with every passing week.  Gardeners who for months have been bounding (well, perhaps not quite bounding) out of bed at 5 a.m. to squeeze in as many hours of muddy bliss as possible, retreat indoors to mope about, trying to rekindle their interest in life by flipping through gardening books and catalogues.  Well, gardeners, good news.  Starting this fall, the New York Botanical Garden will offer a selection of its popular gardening and landscape design classes at a new satellite center, our own Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson.  The inaugural course, Establishing Fruit Trees in the Landscape will begin October 11.  Other classes to follow include, The Deer Resistant Landscape; Getting Started with Perennials; Introduction to Landscape Design, Designing Dazzling Borders; The How, When, & Where of Pruning; and Maintaining Fruit Trees in the Landscape.  For those who are seeking certification, these classes are part of the Botanical Garden’s certificate program.

New York Botanical Garden Continuing Ed; 718.817.8747
Pre-registration required.





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