Palisades: Palisades Indoor Winter Farmers Market. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday. Palisades Community Center, 675 Oak Tree Road. 845-359-3988. www.PalisadesNY.com.
Tarrytown: Little Daffs in Their Habitat. Lola Horwitz gives a slide show on narcissi in Spain, Portugal and Morocco. Sponsored by the Hudson Valley Rock Garden Society. For more information call 914-738 1156. Free. 10 a.m. Lyndhurst, 635 S. Broadway/Route 9. 914-631-4481.
New City: Herbs with Practical Application. Elana Fine of Rockland Foragers will demonstrate how to make pine needle tea and infusion oils and salves. Registration required: 845-634-4997, ext. 139. www.newcitylibrary.org. Free. 1 p.m. New City Library, 220 N. Main St.
Montebello: Woodcocks at Kakiat Park. Meet birding experts Della and Alan Wells at the lot opposite Viola School. Bring a flashlight. Free. 6:30 p.m. Kakiat Park, 668 Route 202. 845-942-5751.
Stony Point: Edible Landscaping Series by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rockland: “Master Gardeners’ Favorite Plants to Grow: Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs & Edibles.” www.rocklandcce.org. $15 class; $50 series. 7 p.m. 10 Patriot Hills Drive. 845-429-7085.
Valhalla: Annual Spring Landscape Conference: Building Landscapes for Future Generations. Registration required. Snow date: March 18. $127, $100 NPC members, includes refreshments and lunch. 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Native Plant Center, Westchester Community College, 75 Grasslands Road. 914-606-7870.
Suffern: Birding By Ear. Lorrie Pallant from Rockland Audubon will show you how to identify birds by song and call. Free. 7 p.m. Suffern Free Library, 210 Lafayette Ave. 845-357-1237.
Cos Cob: White Flower Farm’s Barbara Pierson on Dahlias. She will cover new varieties, including breeding from Holland, container design with dahlias and best growing practices from staking to pest management. www.gecgreenwich.org. Members $20, nonmembers $35. 10 a.m.-noon Garden Education Center of Greenwich, 130 Bible St. 203-869-9242.
Chappaqua: Epimediums: Not Just Ground Covers Anymore, with Karen Perkins. Taconic Gardeners Club meeting. Free. 7:30 p.m. Chappaqua Public Library, 195 S. Greeley Ave. 914-909-0758.
Valhalla: Art and Creativity in the Garden: Workshop for Teachers. Learn how to build a sod sofa and turf art, living sculpture, garden layout and creative trellises for the garden. Registration required: 914-285-4617. $30. 9:30 a.m.-noon Cornell Cooperative Extension of Westchester, 26 Legion Drive. 914-285-4622.
Cos Cob: Ready, Set, Start Your Seeds. Topics in this hands-on tutorial include leafy greens, cucurbits, legumes, nightshades, alliums and root vegetables and how their seeds are sown in a host of different garden conditions. Materials fee $15. www.gecgreenwich.org. Members $35; nonmembers $45. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Garden Education Center of Greenwich, 130 Bible St. 203-869-9242.
Chappaqua: Saw Mill River Audubon Bird Seed Sale. Seed is also available 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday — call or e-mail email@example.com. Selection and prices at www.sawmillriveraudubon.org. 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Pruyn Sanctuary, 275 Millwood Road. 914-666-6503.
Stony Point: Edible Landscaping Series by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rockland: “Designing Your Edible Landscape and Garden.” 6-9 p.m. www.rocklandcce.org. $15 class; $50 series. 10 Patriot Hills Drive. 845-429-7085.
Garrison: Follow the Water. Community forum on water quality and conservation hosted by Hudson Highlands Land Trust. Children’s programming available. Free, lunch included, registration recommended, space limited. Call 845-424-3358 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Highlands Country Club, 955 Route 9D. 845-424-3254.
New Rochelle: Sustainable Landscape Design, with Jan Johnsen. Learn how to create a beautiful garden while promoting a healthy biosphere. Free. 11 a.m.-noon. New Rochelle Public Library, One Library Plaza. 914-632-7878.
Yonkers: RiverTalks: Gardening Q&A with Bob Yedowitz. More info: email@example.com, 914-371-1900, Ext. 12. $10, $5 for teachers. 7 p.m. Beczak Environmental Education Center, 35 Alexander St.
Stony Point: Edible Landscaping Series by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Rockland: “Starting Plants from Seed & Plant Propagation.” www.rocklandcce.org. $15 class; $50 series. 7 p.m. 10 Patriot Hills Drive. 845-429-7085.
Cos Cob: Integrated Pest, Deer & Organic Weed Management, with Melissa Henrey. An introduction to keeping intruders out of your garden; learn about these ecologically smart, budget-friendly tricks for a healthy garden. www.gecgreenwich.org. Members $35, nonmembers $45. 10 a.m. Garden Education Center of Greenwich, 130 Bible St. 203-869-9242.
Valhalla: Science and Math in the Garden — Workshop for Teachers. Teaching photosynthesis, experiments in tropisms, measuring pH with kits and cabbage juice, advanced composting projects. Registration required: 914-285-4617. $30. 9:30 a.m.-noon. Cornell Cooperative Extension of Westchester, 26 Legion Drive. 914-285-4622.
Cos Cob: Transplanting Seedlings and Common Weed Identification. Topics in this hands-on lesson include seedling ID, hardening off, tips and timing for transplanting and thinning seedlings. Materials fee, $15. www.gecgreenwich.org. Members $35 Non-members $45. 10 a.m. Garden Education Center of Greenwich, 130 Bible St. 203-869-9242.
Katonah: Bedford Audubon Excursion to the Bronx Zoo. Registration required. $16 adults, $14 seniors, $12 ages 3-12, free age 2 and under. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Bedford Audubon Society, Bylane Farm, 35 Todd Road. 914-232-4806.
Montebello: First Sunday Walk at Kakiat Park. Meet birding expert Veronika Krause at the parking lot opposite Viola School. Over by 10 a.m. Free. 8 a.m. Kakiat Park, 668 Route 202. 845-359-9294
Spring Valley: Edible Landscapes and Gardens, workshop with master gardeners Diane and Bob Leifer on how to design and grow vegetables and fruits in a traditional garden or how to integrate edible plants into beds and borders. www.finkelsteinlibrary.org. Free. 2 p.m. Finkelstein Memorial Library, 24 Chestnut St. 845-352-5700.
Chestnut Ridge: The Farmer and the Horse. The film by award-winning journalist Jared Flesher covers sustainability, self-sufficiency and why we do the work we do; discussion follows. Proceeds benefit the Pfeiffer Center. Information: 845-356-3319 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. $10. 8 p.m. Threefold Auditorium at Sunbridge College, 260 Hungry Hollow Road.
Upper Nyack: 18th Community Flower Show sponsored by the Garden Club of Nyack. Also, garden photo contest, watercolor raffle, plant sale, exhibits and children’s activities. Awards at 2:45 p.m. Free. noon-3 p.m. Upper Nyack Elementary School, 336 N. Broadway. 845-358-3755. www.thenyackgardenclub.wordpress.com.
Harrison: Greater Westchester Orchid Society Meeting. A speaker on a timely topic relative to orchids, a show table with plants in bloom grown by members of the society, refreshments. Regular monthly meeting; call to confirm. Free. 7 p.m. Harrison Community Center, 216 Halstead Road. 914-528-3028.
Spring Valley: Drought-Tolerant Garden Plants. Workshop with master gardener Sonia Mason. www.finkelsteinlibrary.org. Free. 2 p.m. Finkelstein Memorial Library, 24 Chestnut St. 845-352-5700.