Connecting to nature through gardening has a number of health benefits including stress relief, lowering blood pressure, and improved psychological well-being. So, get out there and get your hands dirty!
This trio of classes will help you develop an appreciation for our natural world, improve your gardening skills, increase biodiversity, and beautify your home landscape.
Shade Gardening Success – Saturday, March 11
Groundcovers: A Living Tapestry – Saturday, March 18
Pollinator Perfect Perennials – Saturday, March 25
Duncan Himmelman, Ph.D., has more than 35 years of experience in practicing and teaching horticulture and landscape design. He earned his doctorate in Ornamental Horticulture at Cornell University, taught college for 24 years, and has contributed to a number of horticultural publications. Duncan is the former Education Manager at Mt. Cuba Center and has designed landscapes for both private and public clients in New York City, Toronto, and Chicago.
Cost Bartow-Pell Members: $20 per class; Not-Yet Members: $30
Buy the Series: Bartow-Pell Members: $50; Not-Yet Members: $75