Please see the events and club meetings listed below and on page 2. 
Although this Friendship Gardens is a private suburban garden, unavailable to the public, there are many other garden and nature related places to visit in Indiana.  Please visit Budding Gardener Events for Indiana events relating primarily to children.

Indiana Events:

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March 2 - 14:  Hammond.  Indigenous Landscapes: Imprints of the South Shore, Indiana Welcome Center,

March 2:  Hobart.  Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop at Deep River County Park,

March 2 - June 1:  Statewide.  Get your camera ready and keep an eye out for nesting birds,

March 2 - September 30:  Statewide.  Register to become a Citizen Scientist at Project BudBurst,

March 7, 14, 20, 21, 28, April 9, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26:  Anderson.  Mounds State Park has nature-related programs planned for adults and children,

March 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29:  Chesterton.  Indiana Dunes State Park has nature-related programs planned for adults and children,

March 7:  Hammond.  Native Plants in a Formal Landscape, presented by Mark O'Brien at Gibson Wood Wild Ones meeting,

March 7:  Paoli.  8th Annual Spring Tonic, Orange County Community Center, see flyer.

March 7 & 8, 14 & 15:  Porter.  Maple Sugar Time at National Lakeshore, Chellberg Farm,

March 7 - April 25:  St John.  Farm to Table Indoor Farmers Market, Saturdays, Alsip Nursery,

March 7:  Valparaiso.  Rain Gardening, Taltree Arboretum,

March 11, April 11:  Chesterton.  Summer Camp Open House, Dunes Learning Center,

March 12 - May 14:  Valparaiso.  Spring Indiana Master Naturalist, Taltree Arboretum,

March 13 & 14:  Cedar Lake.  Hunter's Education Safety Course, Cedar Creek Family Golf Center,

March 14:  Bedford.  Blooms A Busting Lawn and Garden Show, Lawrence County Fairgrounds,

March 14:  Hammond.  Back to the Moon for Good, Challenger Learning Center on the Campus of Purdue University Calumet,

March 14 & 15, 21 & 22:  Hobart.  Maple Syrup Time, Deep River County Park,

March 14 - 22:  Indianapolis.  Indiana Flower & Patio Show, Indiana State Fairgrounds,

March 14 & 15:  St John.  Flower & Garden Show, Alsip Nursery,

March 14:  Terre Haute.  Gardeners' Gathering, Ivy Tech Community College-Oakley Auditorium,

March 14:  Valparaiso.  Birding 101, Taltree Arboretum,

March 14:  Valparaiso.  Rocks and Minerals, Taltree Arboretum,

March 16:  Griffith.  Herbs, presented by Master Gardener Linda Lerch, Griffith Branch Library,

March 19:  Highland.  Garden Myths and Mistakes, presented by Master Gardener Gale Candiano, Highland Branch Library,

March 19:  Statewide.  Early bird registration ends for the AgrAbility National Training Workshop on April 13-16 in Rochester, New York,

March 20 - 21:  Martinsville.  GardenFest, Hoosier Harvest Church, 

March 21:  Porter.  Stewardship Day at the National Lakeshore,

March 21 - August 31:  Statewide.  Join the hunt for bees with the Great Sunflower Project,

March 22:  Porter.  Native Plants in the Landscape, presented by Steve Sass, President, North Chapter Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society, Indiana Dunes Tourism,

March 23:  Crown Point.  This is the order deadline for spring plants (lilies, tulips, hyacinths) to help the Friends of St Anthony Hospice, see flyer, 219-661-5105 (Blossom Mabon).

March 23:  Lowell.  Growing Natives is for the Birds...and Bees...and Butterflies, presented by Master Gardener Victoria Jostes, Lowell Public Library,

March 28:  Bloomington.  Monroe County Garden Fair, Indiana National Guard Armory,

March 28:  Lowell.  Jupiter on Display, Conway Observatory,,

March 28:  Valparaiso.  Introduction to Ornamental Gardening, Taltree Arboretum,

This page is updated weekly. >>Indiana Events Continued

Revised:  March 02, 2015