Saturdays - May 19, 26, & June 9 1 pm
Get the most from your flower containers and hanging baskets. We will provide tips and show you how to keep them lush and healthy all summer long.
This is a drop-in workshop (no registration required) and free to attend. Hope to see you there!
SpringBreak Flower Farm is pleased to present gardening workshops with our own Master Gardener, Lorraine Halton.
1. From The Ground Up: Tuesday, April 24 @ 7 pm OR Saturday, April 28 @ 10 am
Topics include the role soil plays in plant growth and health as well as the steps necessary to improve soil conditions; how to test your soil and adding amendments.
2. Know Your Enemies: Tuesday, May 1 @ 7 pm OR Saturday, May 5 @ 10 am Learn to identify and find solutions for plant stressors including; weeds, pests, disease, drought and lack of nutrients.
3. So What Grows Here? - Tuesday, May 8 @ 7 pm OR Saturday, May 12 @ 10 am Learn about the many microclimates that exist within in your own yard and experiment with “zone creep.’ We will also introduce a number of the many perennial plants that thrive in our climate.
4. Native Plants - Tuesday, May 22 @ 7 pm OR Saturday, May 26 @ 10 am Learn why native plants are such great choices for our landscapes and discuss some different trees, shrubs, grasses and perennials that thrive in our region.
The workshops will be delivered in a progressive format starting with preparing your garden beds in spring through to what to plant and how to keep it healthy.
These interactive workshops are great for both novice and experienced gardeners.
You can choose either a Tuesday evening or Saturday morning presentation for each session. Workshops are approximately 1.5 hours in duration, with time allowed for questions.
Cost: $10 per session or $35 for all 4.
Please come prepared to take notes, as handouts will not be provided.
Registration process: Space is limited, please register by filling out the form below.