Join WI Horticulture Extension for the next series of free online gardening programs!

Programs consist of a presentation, followed by time for live Q&A with the presenter. These events are free, but registration is required. If you can’t attend during the scheduled time slot, we will send the recorded version shortly after. This series is open to the public and is suitable for gardeners of all skill levels. We hope to see you there!

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Shedding Light on Indoor Gardening:
A Beginner’s Guide to Plant Lighting Wednesday Feb. 7, Noon–12:30 p.m.
Whether you are nurturing houseplants or starting seeds, indoor lighting makes a difference. Join us to learn more about the basics of indoor plant lighting. You will learn about fluorescent, LED and incandescent options for houseplants and seed germination. Our beginner-friendly indoor lighting tips will help you and your plants thrive indoors!Presented by Johanna Oosterwyk, DC Smith Greenhouse Manager, UW-Madison
The Fundamentals of Shrub PruningTuesday Feb. 13, 12:30–1 p.m.
Are you confused about which shrubs to prune at what time of year? Do you wonder if you are using the right techniques to prune different shrubs? Join us for this online program and learn four simple shrub pruning techniques, how to make proper cuts and when to prune.Presented by Lisa Johnson, Horticulture Outreach Specialist, UW-Madison Division of Extension Dane County
Low-Maintenance, Natural Landscapes for a Neighborly Garden Wednesday, Feb. 21, Noon–1 p.m.*
Your garden spaces can be a haven for pollinators and other wildlife, low maintenance, while being tidy and beautiful all at the same time! Join us to learn about gardening and landscaping practices that bring biodiversity to your yard while cutting back on lawn mower noise, pollution and yard waste.Presented by Tim Ripp, Horticulture Outreach Specialist, UW-Madison Division of Extension Sauk County

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This webinar series is hosted by UW-Madison, Division of Extension, Horticulture Program. Visit our website for upcoming events and learning opportunities

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