Monday, January 15 
Building Relationships Between Growers  and  Gardeners 
Erica Shaffer
 Highland Gardens Nursery Manager




Monday, December 11
Pruning, Best Cultivars, and Decorating with Conifers
Ginny Levy

Longwood Gardens Horticulturist and Instructor


Monday, November 13
Fall Banquet
Your Landscapes Winter Wardrobe
Eva Monheim


Monday, October 9
Festival of Garden Knowledge

Plant Invaders
Lois Miklas
LCGC Member and Lancaster County Master Gardener Coordinator
This talk will look at how invasive plants came to our shores, explore some of the consequences for our environment, and recommend steps you can take to help preserve bio-diversity. Bring plant samples to meeting for diagnosis as Invasive

History of Lancaster County Garden Club
David Reist


Monday, September 11
Over Wintering Your Houseplants and Tropicals
Trey Pyfe
Owner of Little Brook Orchids


Monday, July 10
Essential Perennials
Ruth Rogers Clausen

Best Selling Author, National Speaker



Monday, June 12
Flora & Fauna of Fort Indiantown Gap
Ian Gardener

Fort Indiantown Gap holds free butterfly tours every July in native grasslands that are usually off-limits to the public.
This is a great opportunity to experience a fairly range-restricted ecosystem in Pennsylvania: Warm Season Grasslands



Monday, May 8
Inspiration, Taking Cues from Nature and Elsewhere
Dan Benarcik

Horticulturist, C
urator Chanticleer Gardens
Learn how to keep the garden fresh and exciting from season to season and year to year.



Monday, April 10
Why Not Roses?

Adam Glas


Monday, March 20
Plants I Love
Scott Aker


Monday, February 13
Contrast in the Flower Garden
Bob Stamper
Former Muhlenberg College Botany Professor
A journey into the use of  texture, form, and color in the garden to make a garden more interesting.

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