Learn how to keep your tropical treasures for more than a summer.
Janet Draper, Horticulturist in the Mary Livingston Ripley Garden, highlights her favorite plants for creating a garden with year-round interest.
Learn about basic design principles and learn how to put foliage first!
Learn about hand-tinted glass lantern slides and how they were used a century ago to document gardens.
Learn how to beautifully capture your backyard oasis or neighborhood park no matter what kind of camera you own.
Watch this webinar to learn more about exploring personal relationships with plants and celebrating garden communities during challenging times. The panelists will share stories from their past and their current professional lives to better understand how and why garden communities are formed.
Learn how to upcycle things to create beautiful (and shareable) garden tchotchkes.
Learn how to create a harvest themed centerpiece floral arrangement for all your holiday gatherings
Learn design tips and tricks, recommended supplies, and a step-by-step tutorial for decorating a fresh-cut, evergreen wreath,.
Stay tuned as we will be posting new webinars which will begin in mid-January.
Turn your thumb green! Join Smithsonian Gardens’ horticulturists for a series of free lunchtime webinars on gardening basics on Thursdays 12 to 1 p.m.
Learn how to use color, texture and height to your seasonal container.
Who are our native bees and how do they interact and compare with the non-native honeybee.
Find out how to create a Monarch Waystation in your garden!
Learn more about vegetable planting schedules, cultivar selection, maintenance tips, and suggestions on how to make your vegetable garden productive and beautiful.
Watch as Smithsonian Gardens’ extensive poinsettia crop makes its magical transition from small, green slips grown in our greenhouse facility to cheery, colorful holiday plants on display in the interiors of our museums.
Learn how to add another dimension to your tree and shrub pruning skillset.
Learn tips and tricks about planting fall bulbs such as daffodils, tulips and hyacinths.
Discover how to grow 10 herbs to flavor your summer.
Are you inspired by the big showcase gardens, but don’t think you have space at home to make a showy impact? Learn more about how to create a small garden with big impact.
Learn more about native shrubs to substitute for your non-native plants.
Suggestions on perennials that make excellent additions to gardens AND help support the habitat ecosystem.
Learn about the basic visual signals that plants show when they are under stress
Learn about organic methods of soil preparation like lasagna layering, how to be strategic with watering, and where to get information on preemergent and post emergent applications.
Learn how to design and recognize the beauty in a winter garden.