Classes are scheduled throughout the year ranging from garden growing and care to craft classes during the holidays. Check back often, or call us and we’ll be happy to let you know what’s coming up.
All classes are free, unless otherwise stated. Please RSVP to (970) 565-8274 to reserve your spot. Classes and workshops that are “make and take” generally fill quickly and we have to order supplies in order to make sure we have enough materials for everyone, so it’s important that you register for those classes.
If there’s something you’d like to see us add to our list, please let us know that as well and we’ll be happy to see what we can do. Our best ideas sometimes come from our customers! We are also happy to accommodate special group requests. Be a lifelong learner! Call us to schedule your group or club.
February 14 1 pm Pruning with the Pro – Confused about how, when and what to prune to keep your yard looking perfect? Take the mystery out of pruning with this workshop that will focus on pruning trees.
February 21 1 pm Becoming the Doctor - Have you ever looked at your plants and known there was something wrong, but just didn’t know what it was? Join us for this informative class where you’ll learn to identify bugs and diagnose plant diseases for a happier, healthier garden!
February 28 1 pm Edibles Everywhere! - The trend to grow your own groceries is hot and it’s really pretty easy to do with the right tools and information. Join us this week and we’ll walk you through their use in gardens, hanging baskets, pots and tower gardens and the use of edibles in the landscape.
March 7 1 pm Watering Responsibly - Too much water or not enough water are the major causes of most plant problems. This important seminar will address over watering, under watering, good watering practices, along with giving you tips and tricks to help you water more effectively. We’ll share the products we like that can make your summer gardens shine, no matter what the water situation!
March 14 1 pm Breaking Ground - This is a class specifically tailored for those just getting started in gardening. We’ll talk about soil, watering, and light requirements and give some suggestions and guidance for what to plant to guarantee success!
March 21 10 am Roses! - Roses can not only survive, but thrive in our high desert climate. Part of the secret to being successful is knowing which varieties to choose and how to care for them. Join Vic as he walks you through the steps to create your own stunning rose garden!
March 28 10 am Pruning with the Pro - Confused about how, when and what to prune to keep your yard looking perfect? Take the mystery out of pruning with this workshop that will focus on roses and shrubs.
April 11 10 am Gardening for Newbies - New to our area? Well, although it can be a challenge to garden here, it doesn’t have to be! We’ll help you navigate your first seasons in the area with friendly advice and some helpful tips and tricks for gardening success at your new home in the Southwest!
April 18 10 am Spillers, Fillers, Thrillers and Chillers – If you’ve admired our patio pots or hanging baskets in the past, you have to know that we have combinations that pop and are unlike those found elsewhere. And there’s a secret to how we “build” our planters. Join us for this workshop to learn how to do it like the pros! This class is free if you just want to watch or you can “make and take” your own masterpiece home for the price of container and materials.
April 25 10 am Grapes, Berries and Edible Landscaping - Grapes and berries are wildly popular in this area and fairly easy to grow! Join us for this informative seminar for tips and tricks to unravel the mystery of growing great small fruit and other edibles in your landscape.