Adult Education at the Arboretum at Tanglewood, Fall 2021

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The Adult Education series at the Arboretum at Tanglewood Park has a long history in Forsyth County. This series of gardening classes is intended to increase community member’s knowledge of seasonal gardening topics. This fall, we hope to see you at one of the classes in the series.

All classes in the Adult Education series will be held on Wednesday at 11 a.m. Due to current uncertainty, the format of each class will be updated on its Eventbrite page. Registration for each session will open 2 weeks prior to the class date and close 24 hours before the start of the class. Registration is required for these free classes. Visit to view all upcoming classes offered by N.C. Cooperative Extension.

September 15, 2021 – Share the Beauty: Gardening by Division

Over time, perennial plants in the garden can outgrow the space where they are planted and need to be divided. Gain some tips on how to divide perennial plants, as well as how to garden with passalong plants.

Leslie Rose, Extension Horticulture Agent & Director of the Arboretum at Tanglewood Park

October 6, 2021 – Clematis, the Queen of Vines

With some 300 species, clematis can be found on virtually every major continent but Antarctica. These hardy but delicate-looking, long-lived vines act as scramblers and climbers in the garden, adding a range of colors, size, and blooming seasons depending on how they are planted. 

Peggy Carter, Forsyth County Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteer

November 3, 2021 – Preserving the Garden: Dried Floral Arrangements

Gardens and plants seem to improve with age. Learn how to cut, preserve and use plants for indoor enjoyment by creating beautiful dried floral arrangements.

Adrienne Roethling,  Director of Garden Curation and Mission Delivery, Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden

Fall 2021 Adult Education flyer

Click for a PDF of the fall 2021 Adult Education flyer

For questions about these classes, contact Leslie Rose, Extension Agent, at 336-703-2850 or by email at