Cornell Cooperative Extension offers research-based support to gardeners through our community horticulture and Master Gardener programs. Homeowners can attend our classes, view online resources and have their gardening questions answered by our Garden Helpline service. Plant, insect and soil samples can be brought to our diagnostic lab for help determining problems in their home or garden.
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Shrubs are fruit vinegar-based syrups from the Colonial era used as refreshing drink mixers, toppings for ice cream, and in dressings and marinades. In this demo class, learn how to make a variety of fresh, seasonal fruit shrubs.
In this two part class, you will capture the artful ways of nature by casting leafy treasures in concrete. Finished sculptures can be used decorative garden accents, a surface for holding birdseed; or as a gift for a special friend.
This workshop is a double delight. Arrange a beautiful wreath of dried herbs to hang in your kitchen. Snip and use the herbs in a variety of ways to enhance your cooking
See how easy breakfast on the run can be.
Learn how to make a landscape in a jar. You will create a beautiful terrarium to take home and enjoy. We will supply all of the materials.
Last updated June 5, 2018