Introducing: Garden How-To University

Garden How-To University is a series of online classes that you can take from the comfort of your own home at your own pace. Each class consists of a narrated slideshow led by Master Gardener, educator and radio host Kathy Cropp. When you enroll, you’ll gain access to the slideshows and other materials and can refer back to them as often as you wish since Garden How-To courses never expire. Our first series is Gardening From A to Z, which includes six different courses covering various gardening topics. You can enroll for the full 6-part series, or choose to enroll in courses individually.

Each course comes complete with:

•    Recorded webinar and slideshow presentations led by Kathy Cropp
•    An extensive vocabulary list with definitions of terms
•    Additional reading material and resource lists to deepen your understanding

Course titles:

Getting Started in Your Garden (Course 1)
Botany Basics (Course 2)
Environmental Effects on Your Garden (Course 3)
Proper Plant Selection & Maintenance (Course 4)
Solutions to Common Problems (Course 5)
Honing Your Essential Skills (Course 6)

Or sign up for Gardening From A to Z, which includes all of the courses listed above.

To learn more about the individual courses visit: www.hortmag.com/ghtu
To enroll today visit: www.gardenershub.com/category/ghtu

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    • Master Gardeners would take these for CEU credits. In Texas, you have to complete the Master Gardener Training give by Texas AgiLife Extension Service and volunteer requirements to become certified. I would suspect each state would have the same type of requirements.

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