Green Screens, Fences, and Borders
The home landscape can be thought of as an extension of our living space and much like the rooms in our homes we can use plants as structural elements in the landscape. If you’ve visited an arboretum or botanical garden you’ve likely seen walls created with different plant species such as evergreens and perennial shrubs. Explore design elements, some good species for creating screening, and design consideration for creating a green fence or screen successfully. Presenter: Austin Little
Four Seasons Gardening Webinar Series
Four Seasons Gardening is one of University of Illinois Extension’s most popular gardening series that has been offered since 2014. Each season, horticulture educators cover a variety of environmental stewardship, home gardening, and backyard food production topics for home gardeners in three live one-hour webinars on select Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m. CT. Each program is recorded and available to watch two weeks following the live session on YouTube.
Registration is required for these free webinars at go.illinois.edu/fourseasons.
If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in these programs, please contact Gemini Bhalsod at email@example.com. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time for meeting your access needs.
More Series Sessions
March 23 | Growing and Using Herbs
Throughout history, herbs have been used as flavorings, medicines, decorations, scents, and protective garden plants. Learn how to successfully grow herbs for ornamental and wildlife value, culinary use, or craft projects. Presenter: Nancy Kreith
April 27 | What’s That Bug? How to Identify Insects
Have you ever spotted an insect and wondered what type of insect it was? Insects are all around us and play important roles in our ecosystems. Explore how to identify different groups of insects commonly found in Illinois. Presenter: Ken Johnson