Saturday, February 11⋅11:00am – 12:00pm
721 Foster St, Durham, NC 27701
February is the perfect time for winter pruning fruit and nut trees. Instead of composting the discarded branches (scions), exchange them with other orchardists and pick up some new-to-you varieties.
No Registration Required
Visit https://trianglefruitandnutgrowers.weebly.com/collect-scions.html for instructions on how to collect scions
Durham Garden Forum – “Drought Tolerant Landscapes” with Annabelle Renwick
Tuesday, February 21⋅7:00 – 8:30pm via Zoom
Annabel Renwick, curator of the Blomquist Garden of Native Plants at Duke Gardens.
Learn how to create a garden that is both beautiful and sustainable by choosing plants that will tolerate North
Carolina’s hot dry summer, avoiding the need to irrigate.
Registration Required. Fee.
The Durham Garden Forum is an informal group that meets once a month to enrich our gardening knowledge and skill.
3rd Tuesdays, 7:00- 8:30 pm via Zoom link sent to registrants.
Memberships: $25 per year
Members have access to video library of presentations
CONTACT US/REGISTER: firstname.lastname@example.org
Browse these links for other educational opportunities:
Visit Sarah P. Duke Gardens and participate in their Adult Programs and Children & Family Programs. Summer and spring break camps are enrolling students in grades K-5 and accepting volunteer applications from teens ages 16+ More information here.
Triangle Gardener has an extensive list of classes and events. Scroll down for February and beyond.
J.C. Raulston Arboretum calendar of events has something for everyone.