Developed by our Director of Education & Programming, Samantha Burbach, this content will be education-driven and focused on activities you can do in your very own home (and with the assistance of your little helpers!)
Learn which plants not only will perform for us when the weather is hot and sunny, but also through the dreariest of snows and cold in Landscaping for Winter!
Learn about the often-unheard-of native fruit tree, the pawpaw, from expert Neal Peterson!
Daylily proliferations are a unique form of propagation in that they are identical plants created from the mother plant. Learn how to harvest and transplant daylily proliferations in our newest online resource!
Learn how to extend your harvest this season by sowing fall vegetables now!
Happy National Pollinator Week! Learn the top ten plants that are most loved by butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, and all the other pollinators that make our habitats great!
Learn how to make Chive Blossom Vinegar from chives growing in your own yard!
Learn how, with as little as 50 square feet and for less than $20, gardeners can plant a colorful meadow that demands little in the way of space, mowing, or maintenance, uses less water than a traditional lawn, and provides habitat for pollinators!
Learn how to grow a cheerful sunflower to brighten up your windowsill or garden!
Learn how to plant the bare root tree seedling you received at today’s Arbor Day tree giveaway!
Learn how to create a new garden bed from unused lawn space utilizing the sheet mulching technique!
Keep your shrubs looking nice with the rejuvenation or renewal pruning methods!
Learn how to force winter branches to bloom and bring spring to your home a little earlier!
Learn how you can get a head start in your garden this spring by starting seeds with the winter sowing method!
Learn how to make a fun plantable seed heart this Valentine’s Day!
Learn more about the classic Christmas tree, as well as how to recycle or reuse yours once the holiday season has come to an end!
This week’s holiday plant resource features the amaryllis, a gorgeous flower which can be grown in a pot, encased in decorative wax, or even hanging upside down! Click the image above to learn more.
Learn more about the history of poinsettias, as well as tips for caring for your own poinsettia plant, in our newest online resource about this popular holiday plant!
Learn how to make your very own evergreen swag this holiday season with our DIY Evergreen Holiday Swag Resource!
Learn more about the different varieties holiday cacti (including Thanksgiving cactI!) and how to care for them in this online resource.
Save a few of the leaves from your rake pile and break out the craft supplies to make autumn leaf rubbings for fall decorations and cards!
Download and print this fun scavenger hunt at home for the kiddos!
Explore all that fall has to offer with our new Self-Guided Fall Color Smartphone Tour!
Learn how trees change color and the science behind it in this educational webinar presented by Plant Physiologist, Paul Schaberg!
Learn how to start a fresh herb plant from a simple cutting out of your garden before the frost sets in!
Craig LeHoullier Presents: Epic Tomatoes from Your Gardens – some stories, history, and tips & tricks for success
Click here for a recording of the webinar presented by Craig LeHoullier, Epic Tomatoes from Your Gardens – some stories, history, and tips & tricks for success!
Learn all about seed saving in this week’s online resource!
Join us as we follow a monarch through its life cycle! From egg to caterpillar to chrysalis, we’ll show you the journey a monarch goes through to become a full grown butterfly!
Thank you to Randy Zimmerman for creating one last Self-Guided Tranquility Walk to guide us through the last weeks of summer!
Celebrate the 4th of July this year by making Firework Flowers!
Not all pollinators have wings! Mammals and reptiles are important pollinators in nature and while they may not make up the largest group of pollinators, they are some of the largest pollinators in size!
Pollinating isn’t just for insects – vertebrates like birds and bats are also essential pollinators for flowering plants!
Learn about some of the most unlikely pollinators, beetles and flies!
Learn why butterflies and moths are actually accidental pollinators and how they pollinate!
Learn about the different types of bees you see in your backyard!
A week of June each year is designated as “National Pollinator Week” to celebrate pollinators and educate the public on how we can protect pollinators. Pollinator week was initiated and is managed by Pollinator Partnership. For more information, visit...
Have a sunny spot in your backyard or garden? Create a sunflower house for the kids to play in!
Learn how to make your own root-view farm using recycled materials and carrot seeds!
Randy Zimmerman, guide of the popular Tranquility Walks at Klehm, has thoughtfully created a second Self-Guided Tranquility Walk! Print it out and bring it along for a calming walk at Klehm, or even use it around your neighborhood or any other outdoor space. ...
Sprouting Kitchen Scraps is back! Learn how to sprout those old avocado pits rather than throwing them away!
Make your own in-garden compost with food and kitchen scraps!
Looking to reimagine your current garden (or create a new one altogether) but don’t know where to start? Read on to learn the basics of landscape design and how to create your own!
Click here for a recording of the webinar presented by Mark Dwyer, Cool Plants and Hot Garden Trends for 2020!
Create your own DIY Flower Prints with blooms from your own backyard!
Experience the calming power of nature with a self-guided Tranquility Walk, created by Randy Zimmerman.
Help spread floral cheer while bringing back the tradition of May Day this year!
Celebrate Arbor Day with a cute and fun family tree craft!
Grow houseplants with this easy DIY self-watering planter!
Learn how to prune your roses from an expert – Linda Bergstrom, Klehm Arboretum & Botanic Garden volunteer!
Learn how to care for ornamental grasses, including spring clean up!
Learn how to sprout kitchen scraps rather than throwing them in the garbage or compost!