As we reach the dog days of summer, put down the watering can and take the time to learn something new about plants.
There are dozens of sessions, in-person and virtual, to make floral arrangements and succulent planters as well as learn about topics like garden design and pollinators.
There’s a garden tour in the Southern End and a flower farm tour as well as deep dives into seeds, woody plants and moths.
Here’s a roundup of garden events in the Lancaster County region this July.
Lancaster Compost Co-Ops: Orientation. Sunday, July 3, 4 p.m. (and more dates at other