Hands-on workshops set in East Aurora by Master Gardeners

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Illustration copyright Connie Oswald Stofko

The Master Gardeners of Erie County will hold three fall workshops.

The cost is for the public is $20 per class or $50 for all three workshops; the cost for Master Gardeners is $15 per workshop.

Class size is limited.

Classes are:

Hypertufa

10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 9

Pavilion near tennis courts in Hamlin Park, S. Grove Street & Prospect Avenue, East Aurora

Hypertufas are rustic, light-weight containers that look like stone, similar to ones used in English gardens. Master Gardener Lyn Chimera will lead this make-and-take workshop.

See details on what you have to to take to the class here.

Register online here or view the brochure with a mail-in form.

 

Kokedama

7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19

Cooperative Extension offices in the Print Shop on the Roycroft Campus, 21 South Grove St., East Aurora

Kokedemas, or Japanese moss balls, are a unique way to grow and display plants. This will be taught by Master Gardener Carol Ann Harlos. You will make a kokedama to take home.

Register online here or view the brochure with a mail-in form.

 

Overwintering, Propagation and Making Cuttings

7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27

Cooperative Extension offices in the Print Shop on the Roycroft Campus, 21 South Grove St., East Aurora

This workshop will show you how to save money by propagating and bringing in plants for the winter. It will be taught by Master Gardener Peggy Koppmann.

Register online here or view the brochure with a mail-in form.

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