The Native Plant Landscapes Certificate program consists of a series of courses designed for participants to learn to appreciate and use native plants, discover the importance of habitats and ecosystems, and explore how native plants can fit into our gardens.
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Soil Ecology | Walter Jarosh
Tuesdays: March 26, April 2, 9 and 16 | 7 – 9 p.m.
$88 members | $98 nonmembers
Phipps Garden Center in Mellon Park
Objective: To understand soil’s role in the garden and to learn to modify it for successful gardening
Level: Beginner to intermediate
Healthy soil and the beneficial bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms it harbors provide the foundation for optimal plant growth and development. Learn about the physical properties of soils, best management practices, and soil tests and fertilizers. Sustainable Horticulture, Landscape and Garden Design, and Native Plant Landscapes Certificate core course; PCH 8.0 | LA CES 8.0