On Wednesday, Nov. 13, you can walk and talk with CFAES experts and learn about trees and how to sustain them—as well as just enjoy the trees’ colors. Join us in CFAES’ Secrest Arboretum.
Discover Secrest Arboretum’s “far corners and hidden treasures”—plants and places that visitors rarely see (including the distant “back 40”)—on a tour called “Hidden Gems of Secrest” set for Wednesday, Oct. 23. Hours are 1-3 p.m. Admission is free but registration is required. The arboretum is part of our CFAES Wooster campus.
You can learn about all you can grow in a school garden, especially good fresh food and student learning, at a conference next week that’s devoted to the topic.
So, if you see a giant pumpkin this fall, and are inspired to try to grow one in spring, check out these how-to tips from CFAES.
See the fall colors—and the still-busy bees and butterflies, too—when CFAES’ Secrest Arboretum in Wooster holds a Guided Autumn and Pollinator Walk at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16. Admission is free and open to the public. Learn more. (Photo: Getty Images.)
In Ohio, it’s best to plant garlic in fall, and a free CFAES fact sheet has tips to help you do it—plus details on fertilizing, avoiding pests, harvesting, and the three main types of garlic you can choose from.
It’s time to have “the talk” about plants. CFAES’ Secrest Arboretum in Wooster hosts a workshop called “How Plants Mate” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. this Thursday, May 23.
CFAES’ Secrest Arboretum has never had its own visitor center before—until now. Here’s your chance to check it out.
“More people are asking for information regarding organic lawn care,” says CFAES’ “Natural Organic Lawn Care” fact sheet, which aims to answer any questions you may have about mowing, fertilizing, weeds, pests, and more. It even offers a spring-to-fall calendar of what you should do and when. Check it out. (Photo: Getty Images.)