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.
Unless otherwise stated, all classes are free. Please RSVP to (970) 565-8274 to reserve your spot when indicated. 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 today to schedule your group or club.
February 10 2 pm NEW! Happy Galentines’s Day Centerpiece –Celebrate Galentine’s Day with your best girlfriends and join us for wine & chocolate while we create a fresh floral centerpiece to share with the special women in your life! Please register in advance! $35
February 10 2 pm Seed Starting Basics From Start to Finish – Seed starting isn’t all that difficult, but there are a few tips and tricks to know to be successful. Join us & we’ll have you up and growing in no time!
February 17 2 pm Making the Cut – A Hands on Pruning Workshop – 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 24 2 pm Edible Landscaping & Small Fruits – Do you think that there is no value in a plant unless you can eat it? Then this class is for you! Learn how to incorporate edibles into your existing landscape. We’ll cover fruit trees, berries and bushes, and more.
March 3 2 pm NEW! Spring & Summer Bulbs– Most people think of tulips & daffodils when they think about bulbs. But there are some great spring and summer bloomers that can be planted now for great color this year. Join Vic as he walks you through them!
March 10 2 pm NEW! Transplanted Gardeners– Calling all “transplanted” new folks in the area! Although it can be a gardening challenge here, it doesn’t have to be! We’ll help you navigate your first seasons with friendly advice and some helpful tips & tricks for gardening success at your new home in the Southwest!
March 17 10 am Feeding Your Passion– Everything needs good nutrition to grow well but too often gardeners ignore the need to feed. We’ll cover plant nutrients, which to choose for your particular needs, and how and when to apply to keep your garden happy and healthy.
March 24 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 pruning roses and shrubs.
March 31 10 am NEW! Bare Root Basics – Bare root stock can be an economical way to landscape your yard, but these trees and shrubs require special handling. Join Vic as he walks you through the steps you’ll need to know to achieve success with your bare root stock.
March 31 10 am NEW! Spring Centerpiece – Create your own charming spring centerpiece to use on your Easter table! Please register in advance to hold your spot in class. $35
April 7 10 am It’s Just Dirt – How do you make the stuff in your yard actually grow something? We’ll provide helpful information on the soils in our area, how to amend them, and how to make your garden grow! Bring a sample and we’ll walk you through the testing process. Class includes a soil test kit for you to use then take home. Please call ahead for instructions for collecting your sample. $10
April 14 10 am NEW! Spillers, Thrillers, Fillers & Chillers– If you’ve admired our patio pots or hanging baskets in the past, here’s your chance to create your own! This is a new workshop where you will plant your own masterpiece container, then leave it here to grow. You can then pick it up in May when it’s time to put it out. $40 includes a 16″ pot, soil, and plants to create a stunning container.
April 21 10 am Growing Great Gardeners – This class is especially for the kids! Join us as Robin introduces the magic of gardening to our youngest gardeners. We’ll talk about what’s easy to grow, how to grow in containers, and each child will plant several pots to take home. Must be accompanied by an adult. Please RSVP to 565-8274 in advance so we know how many to expect. $5 fee per child
April 28 10 am Perfectly Perennials– Join Suzan, our perennials guru, as she discusses how to prepare your perennial beds, how and what to plant for your area, and gives you a sneak peek at all of the beautiful new varieties for 2018!
April 28 10 am Grow Your Own Groceries – Mom was right- it’s always best to eat your veggies, and it’s much more economical to grow them too! Join us as we get you started on your spring veggie garden with proven tips and tricks to get a jump on the season!
April 28 10 am Vic’s Picks – One of Vic’s passions has always been the new plant introductions. Join him as he shows you the “best of the best” of this year’s new plants, tells you why he selected them, and gives you tips and tricks for how to use them in your garden.