Online Plant ID Classes, beginning July 12

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Looking for continuing education opportunities? Want to improve your plant identification skills? Check out these fun online, asynchronous classes that NC State Extension Gardener is offering in conjunction with Longwood Gardens, one of the premier public gardens in the world. These six-week courses start on July 12, 2021, and utilize a wide range of commonly grown plants to teach students plant ID skills that they will be able to apply to other plants they encounter outside of class. Students can work at their own pace, and will have access to all the materials for an additional six months after the classes have finished. The classes are:

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Laura Barth, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionLaura BarthExtension Assistant Call Laura Email Laura Horticultural Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Jun 30, 2021
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