The Best Online Gardening Classes of 2021

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Gardening is a relaxing outdoor hobby that can brighten up a backyard or patio, but it’s also another way to become more self-sustaining. Preparing meals with your own, home-grown fruits or vegetables is very rewarding, and getting the kids involved in the growing process is an excellent way to spend family time together.

If you’re considering taking up gardening but aren’t sure where to begin, there’s a wealth of online courses available at your fingertips. Learn about starting an urban garden, growing organically, creating an herb garden, and more, with easy-to-follow video classes. We’ve sorted through the virtual lessons and selected the best online gardening classes. 


Final Verdict

If you’re just getting started, the Gardening 101 class on Skillshare is our top choice. If your kids are interested in gardening, enroll them in the Grow It Pick It Eat It gardening club on Outschool, and if you’d like to learn more about organic gardening but are on a budget, check out the Introduction to Growing Organic Food Sustainably course

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5 Fresh Interior Design Ideas to Elevate Your Space in 2021 – Prestige Online

While we all certainly hope to spend more time outside this year, throughout 2020, we’ve definitely learnt to better appreciate and take care of our homes. From stylish accessories to unique pieces of furniture, we have rounded up five fresh interior design ideas to give a new look to and elevate your spaces in 2021.

Tai Ping

Interior Design Ideas

This creative collaboration comes from Hong Kong’s famed luxury rug and carpet brand Tai Ping. Always up for making a statement for the home, it’s collaborated this season with Shanghai-based Industrial Designer Jamy Yang on a collection titled Transcendent. This Eon 1 rug is particularly eye- catching, reminding us of parallel universes, The Matrix and aesthetic futurism.

Shanghai Tang

Interior Design Ideas

In lucky New Year red, this Shanghai Tang Chinese garden bird and lattice espresso cup-and-saucer set is made from fine bone china, and would be a wonderful little addition to anyone’s cupboard. Sip in style — and the hues are especially appealing for new years both Western and Chinese.

Dior Maison

Interior Design Ideas

Dior Maison has released some fabulous cushions for the home, emblazoned with its logo strap across the front. Reminiscent of Dior’s structured tote bags, these cushions come in a similar array of beautiful

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Online Home Decor Market 2021 Key players, Industry Size, Share, Price, Trend and Forecast to 2026

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MGHC Celebrates 25 Years Of Education And Service With Online Public Gardening Class

The Master Gardeners of Hamilton County, in association with the University of Tennessee

Extension, continue their third Saturday free public gardening classes in 2021. Presented online via Zoom during the pandemic, the first class takes place this Saturday at 10 a.m., with “IkebanaMoribana: The Art of Japanese Flower Arranging” presented by Master Gardener Janet Jobe.

The Zoom link to access this public class is available on the MGHC website.

Master Gardener Jobe said, “Ikebana (‘making flowers alive’) is the Japanese art of flower

arranging, a tradition that began with floral offerings made for religious purposes and later became

decorative additions to traditional Japanese homes. Moribana (‘piled up flowers’) is one of the

expressions of this art, combining several clusters in natural-looking shapes and a mound of beautiful flowers to create a naturalistic landscape complementing the different seasons.

“My presentation will show the variety of containers and flowers that can be used as well as how the various design forms – upright, slanting and cascading – are used to create a beautiful and harmonious display. I hope people will discover that with a few flowers and a basic Ikebana technique, you can create a lovely, inspiring

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Annual Whidbey Gardening Workshop grows online this year

An island-wide gardening event that had to be cancelled last year because of the pandemic is coming back with a virtual flair this year.

Organizers and instructors were gearing up for the 32nd Whidbey Gardening Workshop back in March 2020 when the pandemic started to gain momentum, shuttering nonessential businesses and cancelling events.

Nearly a year later, instructors who were supposed to teach classes at the workshop will be able to do so via online video conferencing, the new format that the Whidbey Gardening Workshop is taking on March 6.

Barbara Schmitt, who coordinates marketing for the event, said this year’s workshop will have 27 online classes to choose from. Instructors will be teaching live with the use of Zoom.

In years past, the workshop has been held at Oak Harbor High School, with 450 to 500 participants in attendance. Field trips and a marketplace were also hallmarks of the event, although those parts will be cancelled this year.

This year, participants will be able to watch recordings of all 27 classes after the event is over. From now until Jan. 20, an “early bird” discount is available for tickets priced at $45. The ticket price is $55 after that

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