Houseplant Care and Propagation for Spring
Eloise Gayer, Assistant Horticulturist, Chanticleer Garden
Winter is a tough time for houseplants as cold drafts, drying heat, and limited light conditions create stress indoors. In spring, these plants will begin to emerge from their dormant state – some care and attention at this stage is important to ensure a successful growing season. In this class, we will cover the cultural requirements for a variety of common houseplants, including light, humidity, pest control, soil and watering, with special attention paid to tricky winter care and the transition to an active growing season. We will also cover several methods of propagation for houseplants that are best conducted in the spring. Bring any unwell houseplants to class and ask for care advice at the end of class.
Thursday, March 11 | 10:00am – 11:00am
Members $10 | Non-Members $15
Morris Arboretum is one of more than 30 Philadelphia gardens in America’s Garden Capital. This 92-acre horticultural display garden features a spectacular collection of mature trees in a beautiful and colorful landscape. The Morris Arboretum, which is part of the University of Pennsylvania’s Division of Business Services, offers educational programs for many audiences ranging from youth to professional and is a leader in botanical and horticultural research. The official arboretum of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Morris Arboretum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and accredited by the American Association of Museums. For more information, visit: www.morrisarb.org