Father and son with computer outsideJoin the Garden to learn about gardening, talks by garden book authors, yoga, cooking with seasonal food plants, and more via online programs. Find more ways to connect with the Garden from home at www.USBG.gov/AtHome.

Upcoming online programs

Videos for some will be posted here after the program occurs.






Programs Archive: Recordings of previous programs

  • Paint Your Own Botanical Mural

  • Book Talk: Resilience - Connecting with Nature in the Time in A Time of Crisis

Online Demo: Caring for Houseplants

Online Corpse Flower Live Q&A: Horticulture Focus

Author Talk: Emily Dickinson's Gardening Life

Author Talk: American Eden

Author Talk: Finding Solace at Theodore Roosevelt Island

Live Cooking Demo: Quick Pickles and Pumpkin Butter

Live Cooking Demo: "Can I Substitute...?" Using What You've Got to Make A Meal

Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist (lecture)

Yard of the Month! Plants for Civic Engagement and Transformation

Scary Beautiful: Carnivorous Plants Q&A

Online Demo: Natural Dyes at Home: The Basics

Online Art Workshop: Drawing Winter Trees in Pencil and Ink

Online Demo: Shrub Pruning for the Home Gardener

Mexican Dishes with Muchas Gracias - Local Chef Series

Online Talk: Hillwood - A Garden For All Seasons

Herbarium Demo: Plant ImPRESSIONs

Online Q&A: Plant Health Care for Home Growers

Early Spring Flowers in Watercolor (Online Art Workshop)

Online Ask An Expert: Kitchen Garden Preparations

Celebrating Women in Science: Crop Wild Relatives in Research (Online Panel)

Online Q&A: Orchid Care for the Home Grower

Horticulture, History, and Immigrants: Systems Altering This Land (Online Talk)

Online Q&A: Seasonal Vegetable Gardening

Creating a Cutting Garden (Online Lecture)

Natural Dyes at Home: Simple Techniques

USBG at 200 (Part 1): Deeply Rooted

Unexpected Foraging with Alexis Nikole Nelson

Plant Science Conversations: Global Coffee Conservation and Genetics (Online Discussion)

Spring Container Gardening (Online Demo)

USBG at 200 (Part 2): Branching Outward (Online Discussion)

Cooking with Lemon and Tamarind (Online Cooking Demo)

Becoming Urban Nature: NYC's Washington Square Park from 1609-2021 (Online Lecture)

Growing a Corpse Flower (Online Q&A)

A Piet Oudolf Story (Online Lecture)

Low Floral Centerpieces (Online Demo)

Floral Design: Intro to Cut Flowers

Drawing Cacti & Succulents in Colored Pencil Art Workshop

D.C.'s Bees: Natives in our Neighborhoods (Online Lecture)

June Seasonal Vegetable Gardening Q&A

July Seasonal Vegetable Gardening Q&A

August Seasonal Vegetable Gardening Q&A

Sustainable Gardening (Online Lecture)

Fall Container Gardening (Online Demo)

Unexpected Fall Foraging with Alexis Nikole Nelson (@blackforager) (Online Lecture)


Jamaican Cuisine with Island Bwoy Cuisine (Local Chef Series)

Hardy Plants for the Cutting Garden (Online Lecture)

Seasonal Vegetable Gardening - October (Online Q&A)

Farmers Market Treasures (Live Online Cooking Demo)

African Dishes with Afro91: Local Chef Series

Draw and Paint Autumn Leaves in Watercolor (Online Art Workshop)

Fall Favorites (Live Online Cooking Demo)

Cooking with Scraps (Online Demo)

Introduction to Natural Indigo Dyeing (Online Demo)

Floral Wearables Using Adhesives (Online Demo)

Braising, Baking, and Broiling Vegetables (Live Online Cooking Demo)

Gardening for Pollinators in Fall and Winter (Online Lecture)

Horticulture as an Act of Conquest (Online Lecture)

Exploring the World of Hydroponics and Indoor Food Production (Online Demo)


Drawing Winter Trees (Online Art Workshop)

Winter Treats (Online Cooking Demo)

Winter Wreath Refresh (Online Demo)

D.C. in Bloom: The History and Science of the Capitol's Cherry Blossoms


Unexpected Spring Foraging with @blackforager


Virtual Tours and other resources:

If you're looking for other ways to connect with the Garden online during this time, explore our gardens through a Virtual Tour and video tour series: