Calendar leaf pin for permanent greens

Online programming Ping for Evergreens will be on CST at 2 p.m. Sarah Vogel, Extension Vegetable Teacher, discusses seed selection, year-round care, site requirements, and evergreen pruning practices. Monteselo High School Horticulture students close with a whirlwind wreath.

Register at tinyurl.com/byprmcdr. Call Miglin at 217-762-2191 for more information.

Wreath making room

DANVIL, IL – Vermillion County’s main gardeners are ending the season Make room for the Hollywood garland at CST on December 7 at 6 p.m. Demonstrating how to create a wreath made from a variety of greens at the Global Greenhouse Megastor, 70 Estate Drive, Danville Master Gardeners Mary Stonsipher and Pat Solars. Attendees follow the instructions and make their own wreath to take home. The $ 15 fee includes metal wreaths, wreaths, pine cones and a variety of fresh greens.

Bring ribbons and decorations to add your own style. You may also want to bring a pair of gloves to trim your garden gloves to protect your greens and hands.

Register at tinyurl.com/mwfwusecnow. For more information, call the Extension Office at 217-442-8615.

Soil Health Economy

Elizabeth, Illness – Illinois Extension University and Joe Davis Coalition Soil and Water Health Join the Program Soil Health Economics 9 am to 3 pm CST December 8 at Elizabeth Community Building 402 West St., Elizabeth. The event will discuss extension costs and benefits for extension specialists and experienced producers.

Register at tinyurl.com/ycks58jn.

Holiday wreath workshop

HILLSBORO, Ill. – Holiday Gingerbread Workshop December 8 from 6 to 8 pm Montgomery County Extension Office, # 1 Industrial Park Drive, Hillsboro. Get into the festive spirit and use natural grace to create a beautiful wreath. Natural ingredients such as fresh green leaves, foliage, pine cones, berries and more are offered.

It costs $ 15. Register at tinyurl.com/mfe84vxn.

Understanding the winter mix

Winter brings snow, rain, icy rain and the dreaded whirlwind. Extension instructor Duan Friend discusses the causes and differences between snow, rain, and snow, as well as other winter events, the Alberta Clippers, the Pacific Ocean, and the Polar Vortex. Evaluates winter weather for the past 50 years and our expectations for the future, including winter weather readiness.

The online program will be on CST on December 9 at 1 p.m. Register at tinyurl.com/3pn9pa4w.

Holiday Green Workshop

FAIRFIELD, Ill. – Holiday Green Workshop December 9 from 5 to 7 pm at Fairfield High School, 300 W. King St., Fairfield. It costs $ 25 to sign up for this youth program by visiting tinyurl.com/mtwc63xm.

Lawrence County Holiday Workshop

Summer, Sick – Get Into the Holiday Season and do some holiday goodies by cooking and cooking from 10 a.m. to noon CST December 11 at Lawrence County 4-H Fairgrounds, 1100N, Sumner. Prepare a gift for someone else or keep it for yourself. Open to 4-H members and non-members of all ages. Register at tinyurl.com/2p96pdev.

Horticulture for Holiday Workshop

Rockford, sick. – The University of Illinois Extension Gardeners Extension Gardener Annual Horticulture Workshop Holiday Workshop from 9 am to 5 CST December 11 Hosts at Lockwood Park in Cookhouse to entertain and beautify your holiday morning. 5201 Saford Road, Rockford. Participants complete two work-and-projects that show how to incorporate natural ingredients such as pine cones, greenery and wine (usually in your backyard) into seasonal celebrations and gifts.

This year you will be creating a mason jars oil candle and a central wreath, each of which is a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Mason jar jar oil is a combination of pine cones, evergreen branches, cinnamon sticks and essential oils – ideal for lighting your home in the dark and cold winters. Wingbago County Superintendents at the Central Flower Center will show you how to avoid the myth that the garland should only be hung on the doors. They create a wonderful centerpiece by using the wreath and adding fresh greens with holiday accessories such as ribbons, pine cones and berries.

The $ 25 program fee includes all workshop materials. For more information or to register, visit go.illinois.edu/jsw or call the Wimbledon County Extension Office at 815-986-4357.

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