The York County Public Library, Poquoson Public Library, and York-Poquoson Master Gardeners are partnering to host a series of educational gardening seminars on Zoom. The series will feature a variety of topics to help save you time and build your gardening skills. These programs are free and open to the public. Each one hour session starts at 1 p.m. on the Saturday listed. Participants must register via the Zoom links below. Registration
- Gardening in Small Spaces on March 6: Register
Do you have limited room to plant a garden? Have your past attempts at growing vegetables and flowers been less than you had hoped for? Join Master Gardener Nate Brauner to learn how intensive gardening techniques can transform your small garden into a success for all of your favorite plants.
- Vegetable Gardening on March 27: Register
Join Master Gardener Patty Ellison to learn how to make your dream vegetable garden a reality. Topics covered include water, zones, nutrition, pest prevention, and more.
- Planting for Pollinators on April 10: Register
What can you do to help the Monarch Butterflies, Honey Bees and other pollinators in our area? Join Master Gardener Nate Brauner to learn how simple choices can help transform your yard or garden bed into a habitat that is teeming with beneficial insects and brings beauty into your yard.
- The Amazing Honey Bee on May 8: Register
Join Master Gardener Nate Brauner to learn how the honey bee can be your garden’s best friend. This program is part of a partnership between Poquoson Public Library and York County Public Library to host educational gardening Zoom sessions with the York-Poquoson Master Gardeners.
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
York-Poquoson Master Gardeners