Online Plant ID Classes, Beginning October 11

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NC Extension Gardener, in partnership with Longwood Gardens, is offering four outstanding, online, asynchronous plant ID classes beginning on October 11, 2021:

These courses utilize popular and commonly grown plants to teach students the botanical principles and terminology needed to successfully identify them, and other unknown plants, in the landscape.

To date, over 1,600 students have enrolled in our classes. Students who completed these classes reported having a better understanding of plants, an almost two-fold increase in knowledge, more joy and confidence in gardening, and felt better prepared to do their plant-related jobs or volunteer work.
We hope you can join us! Discounts are available, learn more:
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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 Oct 1, 2021
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