Introduction to Perennials Course

Introduction to Perennials Course

Welcome to National Gardening Association's
Gardening Basics Series

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Tips for Getting Started

To progress through the course, use the "trowel" navigation at the bottom of each page.

Links to previous page Links to next page.

To navigate among pages within a class, use the page links below the trowels. For example, here is the page navigation for the first page of Class 1. Notice that the page you are on is not underlined (and therefore not linked). You can jump around among pages within the class using these links.

Class 1, Page 1 2 3 4 5 6

Each course is divided into 6 classes. At the top of each page, you'll find the names of the classes, with links to the first page of the class:

Class 1: Some Perennials Basics
Class 2: Garden Design
Class 3: Putting Pencil to Paper
Class 4: Soil Preparation and Planting
Class 5: Maintaining your Perennial Gardens
Class 6: Troubleshooting

You can move among the various classes using these links -- for example, if you are in the "Soil Preparation" class, and you want to refresh your memory of something in "Some Perennial Basics," just click on the first link.

When you finish the course, you'll find a link to submit your comments on ways we can improve the course, as well as suggestions for future courses.

We hope you find our Gardening Basics course enjoyable and informative!

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