Cornell Cooperative Extension is your local connection to the research, information and expertise of your land-grant university. The Horticulture Program provides research-based ornamental horticulture information for home gardeners and commercial horticulture businesses.
|HOME GARDEN||COMMERCIAL HORTICULTURE|
|Home landscape lawns||Lawn care landscape|
|Flower and vegetable gardens||Sports turf|
|Trees & shrubs||Garden retail|
|Plant diseases||Ornamental horticulture greenhouses|
|Insect pests in and outside the home||School and municipal ornamental horticulture|
Join us for a Zoom Webinar about the wide range of pollinators active in our gardens and what gardeners can do to make their yard more attractive to them.
The Gathering of Gardeners Symposium is a day-long event meant to inform, excite and inspire both experienced and new gardeners on various horticultural topics.
Master Gardeners are able to present horticultural lectures for your club or organization. There are over 50 topics to choose from. Contact us to schedule a presentation!
Master Gardener Volunteers will be featuring thousands of plants, including annuals, perennials, herbs, lilacs, hydrangeas, clematis, vegetables, houseplants, and more!
Join us as we continue the tradition of the Proud Market. Market in the Park will be held on the traditional Memorial Day weekend: Saturday, May 23 at the Warner Castle.
Last updated April 6, 2020