Come for one or stay for all of them!
Saturday, September 23rd
NO NEED TO CALL & PRE-REGISTER. JUST SHOW UP - AND BRING A FRIEND OR TWO!
Which method is best - taking cuttings, storing them in pots or using the paper bag method?? How do you use grow lights for winter blooms? What do you store cannas in for winter? What care do mandevillas or bougainvilleas need in the winter? Should you fertilize in winter?
Miniature Gardens – Join us as we walk you thru the simple steps in creating an indoor miniature landscape using small scale plants, stone paths, forest moss and adorable accessories sure to create an enchanting garden. Real magic begins when elves, gnomes, fairies & friendly forest creatures come by to find a perfect place to live & play. Whether you are 5 or 105, mark your calendar for this fun seminar! Come and see why this hobby has become so popular for young and old.
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: MARCH 28
Saturday, April 30 – 10:00 to 11 am: The Dirt on Urban Gardening: Growing your own Herbs & Vegetables. Whether you’re interested in growing your own produce because of high costs, concerned about having pesticide-free veggies or seeking a way to get back to basics, this seminar is for you! Starting with good dirt, we will talk about ways the urban gardener can increase productivity of our gardens, share information on varieties of veggies & herbs to grow in our area, learn about the value of raised beds, & crop rotation. Finally, learn ways to use, preserve and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Join us for the fun!
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: APRIL 22
Plant an annual container that you will take home that night! A $10 fee will cover the class, a 12” utility plastic pot & dirt. If you prefer, you may bring your own pot. We will have a great selection of annuals for you to purchase suitable for any sunny or shady location. Please bring your own gloves & trowel & prepare for listening, learning & laughs! There will be a limit of 20 people per class so call early!
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: APRIL 29