Learn how pollination works and how you can use that knowledge to enhance your gardens.
Here is the list of people who have signed up for the coming year:
An introduction to the concept of creating edible landscapes. Learn about fruits, vegetables and herbs can be incorporated into new or established landscapes. Also – Noon Sharpening will be on site to sharpen scissors, knives and garden tools.
Spring has sprung, and it’s time to get your hands dirty and wake up your garden. Hear tips to help you start your outdoor gardening season off right.
This workshop is free for members ($5 for non-members) and soil is provided. Bring a clean container of your own or purchase one at Deans. With guidance from an instructor you will put together a container garden to take home.
Ground cover plants do more than just cover ground. They can improve the look of your landscape in many ways. Hear about the planting and uses of ground covers and the pros and cons of 5 of the most popular ground covers.
Our final club-wide get together for the year is too much fun to miss. Lunch and a short business meeting, followed by perennial bingo and a plant exchange.
Again this year we are planning to have an informal garden tour for our members. We are looking for about four members who would like to have their gardens included…
Questions about the Workshops Themselves What are Christmas Greening Workshops? These are hands-on workshops to help people “green up” their home by making holiday arrangements. The proceeds from this event are then used by the club for service projects during
Lighted Mini-Tree This popular arrangement is made completely from Boxwood branches and is about 15″ tall. This year we are able to include a battery-powered string of delicate fairy lights along with the silver and red accessories. ======================================= Centerpiece