Professional Series: Native Plants for Landscapers

This series of courses, presented at the Preserve by Penn State Extension – Bucks County, is designed for Landscape Professionals. Learn common and underused native plants that are well suited for a variety of residential and commercial landscape applications. Plant identification, seasons of interest, cultural needs, and availability will be discussed. We will also address invasive plant identification and management. The series of four classes meet Fridays at the Preserve 10:00 a.m. - noon. Please dress for the weather.

Cost is $15 per class. Professional CEUs available. Registration is through the Penn State Extension Bucks Co. office. Contact Kathy Salisbury 215-345-3283 or kvs14@psu.edu for more details and to register.

April 7 -  Invasive Plant ID and Management

May 5 -  Spring Wildflowers

May 19 -  Flowering Shrubs

October 20 -  Trees

 

Pond School

Friday, June 23, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., $65.00 per person.

Regional Green Industry Professionals are invited to join Penn State Extension – Bucks County and the Preserve for a day-long program about ponds. Planning and Design, including placement, will be discussed as well as plant selection, water treatment and testing, pest management and proper pesticide use around water. Professional CEUs will be offered. Contact Kathy Salisbury 215-345-3283 or kvs14@psu.edu for more details and to register.