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Upcoming Classes

Classes will be held every Saturday at 9 AM.
Call or come in to sign up today! 

Month-Long Activities:

August - Terrariums

September - Propagation Stations

Water Gardening 101
July 31st, 9 AM

Our water garden master, Sage, will guide you through the process of creating your own pond sanctuary. She will talk about a variety of water plants, how to plant them, and general pond care and maintenance. The class will take place in our own tranquil pond area, so prepare for a relaxing morning by the water. Class is free.

Fall Planting Basics
August 7th, 9 AM

Plan your fall veggie garden with Kim! Learn which varieties thrive in the fall for a delicious late season harvest.  Class is free.

Deer Resistant Plants 101
August 14th, 9 AM

Join our deer friend Ginger, expert in evasive deer maneuvers, to learn some tips and tricks for outsmarting our voracious neighbors. She will share deer resistant plants, go-to products, and fresh ideas for keeping the deer at bay. Class is free.

Entryway Design
August 21st, 9 AM

Glam up your entryway with our resident designer Nancy, she will show you how to change your front door from blah to “ahh!” using beautiful planters and classical display techniques . Class is free.

August 28th, 9 AM

Explore the magical world of conifers with ginger! She will teach you about basic care and maintenance of conifers, as well as share her  favorites of 2021. Class is free.

Hypertufa Make and Take
September 4th, 9 AM

Hypertufa containers have been used in Old-English gardens for centuries.  Create your own lightweight concrete container in this 'Make and Take’.  Class fee is $39. Call or come in to sign up.

September 11th, 9 AM

Resurrect the 70s with some tasty sprouts! Tiffany will show you how to grow your own microgreens in three attractive planters in a macrame hanger. Class is $39.

Staghorn Make and Take
September 18th, 9 AM

Mount a staghorn fern on reclaimed wood with Kat! At the end of this fun, easy ‘make and take’, you will have a living indoor art piece that brings the forest into your home. Class is $39.

Composting and the Soil Food Web
September 25th 9 AM

Paige is back with her famous compost class! She'll teach you the basics of starting your own system and the benefits of using compost. Class is free.

Putting your Garden to Bed
October 2nd, 9 AM

Prepping plants for the winter: Deb is here with expert advice on putting your garden to bed. She will discuss pruning and mulching your outdoor garden in preparation for the cool season. Class is free.