Art of Horticulture
New course offered by the
Dept. of Horticulture.
4-H garden-based learning, gardening activities and curricula, etc.
New York State Master Gardener Volunteer program
Favorite plants of Master Gardeners
Adult continuing education:
Online horticulture distance learning - Courses are a unique combination of hands-on and online learning:
Spring/summer 2007 courses are in progress. If you would like to be notified when future courses are scheduled, email Marguerite Wells: email@example.com
- Organic Gardening
- Plant Propagation
- Botanical Illustration
Cornell Cybertower - [Free registration required.] Cornell Adult University site features 'study rooms' where faculty present topics via video lectures and demos. Hort topics include propagation and Iroquois '3 Sisters' gardening.
Mann Library Virtual Exhibits - Peek inside the pages of rare and historical books at Cornell's Mann Library. Subjects include seed catalogs, kitchen gardens, bees, mushrooms and more.
Cornell Department of Horticulture program descriptions
SUNY Horticulture programs
Other Cornell programs:
Garden Mosaics - Cornell Department of Natural Resources program involves youth as researchers to document plants, planting practices, and other aspects of community gardens.
Pesticide Applicator Core Tutorial - From Cornell's Pesticide Management Education Program.
Arizona Master Gardener Manual - An essential reference for gardening in the Southwest, but keep in mind that your conditions are likely to be very different.
Botany Basics - Online Master Gardener module from Oregon State University.
Herbaceous Garden Plants Online - course from the University of Vermont.
How to be a gardener - Online tutorial from the BBC.
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