Club meets with programs to help home gardeners enhance their outdoor spaces and learn more about horticulture and plants.
Gulf Restoration speaker talks about efforts to restore local waters at the Dracaena Circle of the Club.
Learn about the benefits of using herbs in culinary, medicinal, and decorative purposes; club meets every third Tuesday from Sept.-June; bring plants, cuttings for herbal swap.
Learn how herbs are used in 'smudging' and blessing practices and rituals.
Price: First meeting free, $25 yearly membership.
Got garden questions? Find answers to common landscape, pest and garden problems from Master Gardeners at weekly plant clinic on Wednesdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring plant samples, no appointment needed.
A free class for Hernando County residents on Cold Hardy Annuals. Learn which annuals like the cooler weather, and which will provide a colorful landscape all winter.
Author and historian Kimberly Wilmot Voss explores Florida's 'Golden Era' of 'women's page' journalists of the 1950s-60s, with her new book: The Food Section: Newspaper Women and the Culinary Community.
Price: $17, $15 members and students.
Hundreds of cactus and succulent plants for sale, from jade plants to ponytail palms, and desert rose, rare collector specimens to add a unique feature to the landscape, along with pots, soil, garden items.Rain or shine, under the tent.
Find plants to refresh a fall garden and support the student agriculture program at sale of wide variety of Florida-friendly, landscape, herbs and other plants at budget prices. Arrive early for best selection, cash preferred. Held at bus ramp.
Price: Free admission.
See the best of the best orchid winners at the AOS judged show, browse the vendors with an array of orchids and supplies for sale; lecture on orchid culture and care (at 2 p.m.) at Tampa Orchid Club's annual show and sale.
Demonstrations throughout the day on Saturdays in October show how to trim, shape and care for bonsai trees during the coming cooler weather. Bring your bonsai for demonstration and expert advice, then take a stroll through the serene gardens.
Florida-friendly plants including trees, shrubs, ground covers, perennials and Florida native plants, all propagated and grown by the Master Gardeners. Other vendors on site selling a variety of fruit trees and worm manure. Proceeds used to maintain and grown the Hernando County Master Gardener …
Learn about common poisonous plants that could cause problems for children, pets or home gardeners.