Landscaping A Horticulture Series

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Landscaping
A Horticulture Series

Our horticulture classes are great for gardeners of all backgrounds and experience. Classes are suitable for students 16 and older. Get ideas, meet other plant-loving people and grow your horticultural knowledge on timely, relevant topics in these fun, approachable, and interactive classes. Questions and discussions are encouraged!  

This series of classes, taught by David Clark, is designed for beginner gardeners with some basic knowledge of plant care and maintenance, but looking to expand their knowledge of landscape design and maintenance for gardens of all shapes and sizes. This series is also a great refresher for experienced gardeners looking a new perspective and to ask questions!

Color Theory and Texture in the Gardens – February 18 

This class is a good foundational class when it comes to garden design and combines both art and horticulture principles. Discover how color is used in gardening, the color wheel, contrasting vs complimentary colors and more before learning how to apply these principles to a garden plan. 

Shade Gardening – February 25 

Discover how to make the most of the shady areas of your landscape! This class will cover all of the basics of maintaining a shade garden as well as tips for adding color and even vegetables to your shady spots.  

Four Seasons Gardening – March 11 

Yes, despite our WNY winters you can garden all year long! Discover how to augment your garden or landscape to extend your gardening throughout the year with this fun and creative class.  

Rain Gardens – March 25 

This class explores best practices for lawn care and establishment, including fertilizing, pest management, and more. Students will also discover how to utilize ornamental grasses to add texture and interest to their landscapes. 

Great Grasses and Lawn Care – April 15 

This class explores best practices for lawn care and establishment, including fertilizing, pest management, and more. Students will also discover how to utilize ornamental grasses to add texture and interest to their landscapes.

World Tour of Garden Design  – April 22 

Itching to travel and see the world? Take an adventure with David Clark as your guide to explore the landscape design principles behind selected gardens of France, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Asia. 

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Sat, Feb 18 • 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens • 2655 S Park Ave, Buffalo 14218

South Towns

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Sat, Feb 18 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Sat, February 25 • 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Sat, March 11 • 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Sat, March 25 • 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Sat, April 15 • 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Sat, April 22 • 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Landscaping A Horticulture Series Our horticulture classes are great for gardeners of all backgrounds and experience. Classes are suitable for students 16 and older. Get ideas, meet other plant-loving people and grow your horticultural knowledge on timely, relevant topics in these fun, approachable, and interactive classes. Questions and discussions are encouraged!   This series of classes, taught by David Clark, is designed for beginner gardeners with some basic knowledge of plant care and maintenance, but looking to expand their knowledge of landscape design and maintenance for gardens of all shapes and sizes. This series is also a great refresher for experienced gardeners looking a new perspective and to ask questions! Color Theory and Texture in the Gardens – February 18  This class is a good foundational class when it comes to garden design and combines both art and horticulture principles. Discover how color is used in gardening, the color wheel, contrasting vs complimentary colors and more before learning how to apply these principles to a garden plan.  Shade Gardening – February 25  Discover how to make the most of the shady areas of your landscape! This class will cover all of the basics of maintaining a shade garden as well as tips for adding color and even vegetables to your shady spots.   Four Seasons Gardening – March 11  Yes, despite our WNY winters you can garden all year long! Discover how to augment your garden or landscape to extend your gardening throughout the year with this fun and creative class.   Rain Gardens – March 25  This class explores best practices for lawn care and establishment, including fertilizing, pest management, and more. Students will also discover how to utilize ornamental grasses to add texture and interest to their landscapes.  Great Grasses and Lawn Care – April 15  This class explores best practices for lawn care and establishment, including fertilizing, pest management, and more. Students will also discover how to utilize ornamental grasses to add texture and interest to their landscapes. World Tour of Garden Design  - April 22  Itching to travel and see the world? Take an adventure with David Clark as your guide to explore the landscape design principles behind selected gardens of France, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Asia. 

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