Bouquet of Gardening, Landscaping Classes

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), March 8, 1996 | Go to article overview

Bouquet of Gardening, Landscaping Classes


If you have already caught spring fever and just can't wait to get your hands in the soil and start making improvements in the natural environment around your home, here are some of the courses available to you over the next few months:

- Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe:

Pruning fruit trees, vines and shrubs, March 15; Getting your lawn ready for spring, March 16; Creating a stone trough planter, March 16; Designing shade gardens, March 21; Color in the spring garden, March 27; Homeowners approach to landscape design, March 28-April 25; Spring bulbs: a container for porch or patio, April 2; Portrait of a wildflower garden, April 13; Gardening in a pot, April 17; Landscaping for and with children, April 20; Spring pansy baskets, April 23; The fragrant garden, April 24; Selecting and planting trees, May 4; Exploring the spring garden, May 7 or 11; Renovating a home landscape, May 8 and 15; Fences and getaways, May 9. Call (847) 835-5440.

- Northwest Suburban High School District 214:

Home landscape: caring for trees, shrubs and vines, March 12; Home landscape design: perennial gardens, April 2; Home landscape: woodlands, prairies, ponds and wetlands, April 18. Call (847) 364-8707.

- College of Lake County:

Beautiful lawn; Colorful garden; Woody plants and ground cover. Call (847) 223-6601.

- Harper College:

Home landscape design I, March 13-May 15; Home landscape design II, March 14-May 16; Lawn grass alternatives, April 2; Backyard vegetable gardening, April 16. Call (847) 397-3377.

- Elgin Community College:

Landscaping techniques and design for homeowners, May 16-June 6. Call (847) 697-1000.

- Triton College:

Easy-living landscaping for the home, April 13-May 11. …

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