Learn the basics of landscape design from a professional!
Want to learn how to use native plants in your yard and garden? Join Beverly Auvil for a 3-part workshop June 8th, 22nd, and 29th to go over garden design from basics to the finishing touches.
For more info, please contact Diane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the full flyer here for location and pricing information.
Interested in learning more about Landscape Design? Come join us as we partner with TTF Watershed Partnership to bring you this FREE event. Learn about adding beauty to your own yard space while still protecting the natural environment. Design a landscape that uses native plants to attract both birds and pollinators.
The event will be held Saturday, Feb. 25th 1-3 at the Elkins Park Train Station.
For more information, check out and share our flyer available here.
The winter snow did not stop us from getting together and learning. Last Saturday, a small group got together to learn a thing or two about cutting plants and propagating them to create more from the cuttings. We discussed technique and then went out into the field (our rain garden) and made some cuttings. Learning to strip, size and cut the branches we took, we then planted them in planters that will later be used to populate areas of the park.
Thanks again to everyone who joined us!
If you missed the workshop due to weather, the notes and handouts are available for download below!
Also available are the notes from Workshop 1