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1.10.19 Thursday - Arranging Demonstration: The Power of the Flower

Learn about the power of flowers during this exciting demonstration led by award-winning AIFD floral designer Ron Mulray.

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1.12.19 Saturday - Artistic Workshop: What's Your Style?

Demonstration of unique design styles for the 2019 Flower Show.

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1.19.19 Saturday - Artistic Workshop: Getting the Hang of It

Demonstration of hanging and table-top frame styles for Flower Show exhibitors.

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1.21.19 Monday - Tu B'Shevat: The Jewish New Year of Trees

Tu B’Shevat is a celebration of the “New Year of Trees” in the Jewish Culture.

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1.22.19 Tuesday - Fermentation: An Introduction

This course with Dr. Karen Snetselaar will explore the basic biology behind one of the oldest ways that humans process and preserve foods and beverages: fermentation.

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1.24.19 Thursday - International Trip Presentation: 2018 Chelsea Flower Show

Bring your lunch and enjoy a presentation by Jenny Rose Carey, Senior Director of PHS Meadowbrook Farm, on this past year's Chelsea Flower Show.

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1.26.19 Saturday - Tree Tenders Basic Training

Be an urban hero! This training covers tree biology, identification, planting, proper care and working within your community.

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1.26.19 Saturday - Artistic Workshop: Behind the Scenes

Learn about Flower Show exhibit preparation, judging, passing, transportation of your design, do's and don'ts, and support resources.

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1.26.19 Saturday - Garden Design Weekend Workshop

Danilo Maffei, a professional landscape designer, shows how to analyze a site, draw a basic plan, and use design principles for laying out paths and planting beds.

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1.27.19 Sunday - Garden Design Weekend Workshop

Danilo Maffei, a professional landscape designer, shows how to analyze a site, draw a basic plan, and use design principles for laying out paths and planting beds.

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1.29.19 Tuesday - Fermentation: An Introduction

This course with Dr. Karen Snetselaar will explore the basic biology behind one of the oldest ways that humans process and preserve foods and beverages: fermentation.

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1.30.19 Wednesday - Rare Book Talk: Great Flower Books

Explore some of the sumptuous flower books in the PHS McLean Library rare and special collections.

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2.2.19 Saturday - Tree Tenders Basic Training

Be an urban hero! This training covers tree biology, identification, planting, proper care and working within your community.

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2.2.19 Saturday - Artistic Workshop: How Did They Do That?

Learn tricks for unique mechanics, backgrounds, mat boards and design components.

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2.5.19 Tuesday - Fermentation: An Introduction

This course with Dr. Karen Snetselaar will explore the basic biology behind one of the oldest ways that humans process and preserve foods and beverages: fermentation.

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2.8.19 Friday - Plants with Winter Interest

Learn the cultural requirements and ecological benefits of our native evergreen and deciduous trees, shrubs, and perennials that create naturally beautiful winter gardens.

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2.12.19 Tuesday - Fermentation: An Introduction

This course with Dr. Karen Snetselaar will explore the basic biology behind one of the oldest ways that humans process and preserve foods and beverages: fermentation.

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2.13.19 Wednesday - Winter Walk: Bark, Pods, Buds and Branches

Join Ambler Arboretum of Temple University Director Kathy Salisbury for a seasonal walk through a portion of the arboretum.

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2.19.19 Tuesday - Behind-the-Scenes Flower Show Greenhouse Tour

PHS Member exclusive! Join Associate Director Bernard Pettit and Greenhouse Manager Paul Readly for this behind the scenes look at the plants that will be used in the 2019 Flower Show, "Flower Power".

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2.19.19 Tuesday - Fermentation: An Introduction

This course with Dr. Karen Snetselaar will explore the basic biology behind one of the oldest ways that humans process and preserve foods and beverages: fermentation.

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2.20.19 Wednesday - Floral Teas and Sugars DIY Workshop

Join the co-author of "Edible Flowers: A Global History", Constance Kirker, in this hands-on workshop and create your own unique blends of floral teas.

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2.20.19 Wednesday - Unraveling Botanical Names

Learn ways to conquer the secret language of plants and add another skill to your gardening talents.

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2.23.19 Saturday - Marvel Maples Celebration and Winter Hike

Participants will explore sugar maple and other native trees that are used to make various types of syrup and participate in a syrup tasting.

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2.26.19 Tuesday - Fermentation: An Introduction

This course with Dr. Karen Snetselaar will explore the basic biology behind one of the oldest ways that humans process and preserve foods and beverages: fermentation.

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2.27.19 Wednesday - Build Your Own Terrarium

This make and take workshop will be held in the Learning Center on Temple Ambler's campus.

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3.2.19 Saturday - The Beginner's Native Perennial Garden

Learn how to create a garden plan, select hardy native plants for shade, sun, wet, or dry areas, and properly prepare, install, and maintain the garden to ensure a healthy, beautiful composition of plants.

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3.10.19 Sunday - Gardening with Deer

Kathy Salisbury, director of the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University, presents a variety of strategies to prevent deer from ravaging your garden and provides a list of plants that she has found to be deer-resistant in our area.

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3.26.19 Tuesday - Monoprinting Workshop

Join Cynthia Murray for this hands-on workshop as she teaches you how to make a one-of-a-kind monotype print using plant material.

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3.26.19 Tuesday - Extreme Plants: Radical Adaptations in the Vegetable Kingdom

This course led by Dr. Jordan Teisher will examine some of the most dramatic examples of plant adaptations, including carnivory, parasitism, mimicry, and drought tolerance.

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3.27.19 Wednesday - Eastern North American Bulbs

Learn how to plant and care for Canada lilies, eastern camas, violet wood sorrel, and associated bulb-like species such as Jack-in-the-pulpit, blazing star, bloodroot, and dwarf crested iris.

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4.2.19 Tuesday - Extreme Plants: Radical Adaptations in the Vegetable Kingdom

This course led by Dr. Jordan Teisher will examine some of the most dramatic examples of plant adaptations, including carnivory, parasitism, mimicry, and drought tolerance.

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4.9.19 Tuesday - Extreme Plants: Radical Adaptations in the Vegetable Kingdom

This course led by Dr. Jordan Teisher will examine some of the most dramatic examples of plant adaptations, including carnivory, parasitism, mimicry, and drought tolerance.

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4.16.19 Tuesday - Extreme Plants: Radical Adaptations in the Vegetable Kingdom

This course led by Dr. Jordan Teisher will examine some of the most dramatic examples of plant adaptations, including carnivory, parasitism, mimicry, and drought tolerance.

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4.23.19 Tuesday - Extreme Plants: Radical Adaptations in the Vegetable Kingdom

This course led by Dr. Jordan Teisher will examine some of the most dramatic examples of plant adaptations, including carnivory, parasitism, mimicry, and drought tolerance.

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4.30.19 Tuesday - Extreme Plants: Radical Adaptations in the Vegetable Kingdom

This course led by Dr. Jordan Teisher will examine some of the most dramatic examples of plant adaptations, including carnivory, parasitism, mimicry, and drought tolerance.

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10:00am–2:00pm Drawing or Painting Orchids
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1:00pm–3:00pm Felted Flower Art
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