Gardening school, along with the other schools, include tours.
The National Garden Club states, “Gardening School is for new gardeners and those who want to polish or update their gardening knowledge”. It is one of four approved schools accredited by National Garden Clubs, Inc. Garden club members attending the entire four course series and passing the related exams may become a gardening study consultant. Master Gardener Volunteers may be interested in taking this course for continuing education credits. Members of the public are always welcome to attend. Courses in the Series
Course I: Basics of botany, soils, plant propagation and houseplants
Course II: Plant pests and diseases, container gardening and vegetables
Course III: Plant taxonomy, pruning and plant growth
Course IV: Identification of plants, fruits, woody ornamentals and specialized styles of gardening
Two years – one course in spring and fall of each year
Each course is 10 hours (over two days)for total of 40 hours
The Wisconsin Garden Club Federation founded in 1928 is a charter member of the National Garden Club organization. As an organization, we are proud of our heritage of developing relationships with fellow gardeners, learning, and gardening for good in our communities.