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Woody Plant Identification - Conifers
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Conifers provide the structural framework for many gardens, serving a variety of roles as specimens, focal points, screens, hedges and backdrops. They offer bold contrasts of foliage, color and texture as well as distinctive growth habits. This course includes six hours of in-depth training on evergreen identification and usage. This class has been developed for the Master Gardener Advanced Certificate Program and is appropriate for nursery and landscape professionals.

10/17/2015 to 10/24/2015
When: October 17 & 24, 2015
9 am until Noon
Where: Johnston's Evergreen Nursery
9865 Wales Road
Erie, PA  16510
United States
Contact: Roberta McCall
814-825-0900

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Conifers provide the structural framework for many gardens, serving a variety of roles as specimens, focal points, screens, hedges and backdrops. They offer bold contrasts of foliage, color and texture as well as distinctive growth habits. This course includes six hours of in-depth training on evergreen identification and usage.
This class has been developed for the Master Gardener Advanced Certificate Program and is appropriate for nursery and landscape professionals. This class qualifies for landscape architecture and certified arborist CEUs.
For more information and to register click here:Woody Plant Identification - Conifers

Registration Deadline:Thursday, October 15, 2015

Please note: The October 24, 2015 course will take place at the home of:

Chris & Victoria Hetz (Owners of Fairview Evergreen Nursery)

6130 Heidler Road

Fairview, PA 16415

This course qualifies for 6 CEUs.

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