University of Maryland Extension

Library Workshops

Library Workshops, conducted by Master Gardeners in partnership with the Anne Arundel County Public Libraries, are designed to educate the public by presenting useful information from basic gardening facts to in-depth gardening practices, with an awareness of the gardener's responsibility to the entire ecosystem. Knowledgeable Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer participants' gardening questions. All events are from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM and are free and open to everyone who has an interest in gardening, regardless of skill level or garden size.

2020 Events

February 8, 2020
Starting Seeds Indoors
Edgewater Library
25 Stepneys Lane
Edgewater, MD

February 29, 2020
Starting Seeds Indoors
Deale Library
5940 Deale-Churchton Road
Deale, MD

March 14, 2020
Gardening with Containers & Bay-Wise Gardening
Severn Library
2624 Annapolis Road
Severn, MD

March 28, 2020
Gardening for Your Health
Crofton Library
1681 Riedel Road
Crofton, MD

April 4, 2020
Container Gardening & All About Monarchs
Edgewater Library
25 Stepneys Lane
Edgewater, MD

April 25, 2020
Growing Hostas From Seeds &
Gardening for Hummingbirds, Butterflies and Moths

Glen Burnie Library
1010 Eastway
Glen Burnie, MD

May 16, 2020
Container Gardening & All About House Plants
Maryland City at Russett Library
3501 Russett Common
Laurel, MD

September 12, 2020
Gardening in a Changing Climate
Annapolis Library
1410 West Street
Annapolis, MD 21401

September 26, 2020
Gathering, Cleaning and Storing Seeds
Odenton Library
Route 175 at Winmeyer Avenue
Odenton, MD 21113

October 17, 2020
Leave the Leaves Please & Milk Jug Winter Gardening
Mountain Road Library
4730 Mountain Road
Pasadena, MD 21122

November 7, 2020
All About Monarchs & Soil and Sun: Success in the Garden
Eastport-Annapolis Neck Library
269 Hillsmere Drive
Annapolis, MD 21403

For more information, contact Noreen Krispin or Marcia DeFalco.

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