The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County Master Gardener Program will hold a series of three gardening classes to be held in late September and early October.
The classes will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Dard Hunter Hall (upstairs meeting room) at the Print Shop on the Roycroft Campus at 21 South Grove St., East Aurora. (On the day of the class, check the Cooperative Extension website; the location of the class may be moved to a different site on the Roycroft Campus.)
The cost will be $20 per class or $50 for all three sessions.
You can find the mail-in registration information here or call 652-5400, ext. 177.
For persons with disabilities requiring accommodations,please contact the Master Gardener office at least one week prior to the class you plan to attend.
Tuesday, Sept. 27: Growing Small Fruit for the Home Garden
Learn about small fruit appropriate for the home gardener in Western New York, varieties that do well in our area, and how to care for plants, including pruning.
Wednesday, Oct. 5: Gardening for Pollinators
What does it mean to garden for pollinators? This class will discuss why you should care about pollinators and what you can do as a gardener to attract them.
Wednesday, Oct. 12: The Importance of Native Plants
What is a native plant and why is it important to include them in your gardens? A variety of plants that are suitable for the home garden will be highlighted.