Current month classes
Bulbs 101 Dig-Drop-Done
Even the most novice gardener can create a breathtakingly beautiful spring, summer and fall garden with bulbs. A flower bulb is really a self-contained flower factory. Within this marvelous little package is nearly everything the flower needs to come to life! All bulbs really need from you is to be placed in the ground at the appropriate season of the year, given a liberal drink of water then left to work their magic. It's as easy as "dig, drop, done."

October 30, 2014 6:30 PM
Houseplant Pest Management

This lecture will be lead by Emma Widas, our Indoor Plant Manager. We will focus on how to prepare your tropical plants indoors for the winter. Emma will also explain how to monitor and treat pests that attack houseplants.

October 26, 2014 3:00 PM
Soil basics
Is Soil Dirt? Nope!  Soil is made up of MINERALS, ORGANIC MATERIAL, water and air. Plants use soil for NUTRITION, water, OXYGEN and stability. Come learn more about soil & prepping soil for spring planting !

Taught by AnnaMaria Leon
Cost Free -- Donations welcome

October 12, 2014 3:00 PM
PermaCulture Design Basics
Permaculture (“Permanent Agriculture”) incorporates the best agricultural practices found from all over the world to create gardens that, over time, require less labor and outside inputs. Permaculture gardens go beyond sustainable gardens. Permaculture gardens become regenerative gardens.

Want to save your back and some time? Spend two hours with us and learn how to apply simple permaculture design principles to your back or front yard gardens.

Taught by AnnaMaria Leon
Suggested Donation: $

October 5, 2014 4:00 PM
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