Events & Workshops
We offer free gardening workshops at the store throughout the year on a variety of topics ranging from edible gardening to pruning to designing with holiday containers.
To learn about upcoming workshops, bookmark this page or sign up for our monthly e-newsletter in the bright green box to the left.
If you have an idea for a future workshop, or any workshop feedback, feel free to contact our workshop coordinator.
The 2014 schedule is winding down. Stay tuned for more workshops starting in FDebruary of 2015.
- Putting the Garden to Bed, October 25th
- Color Through Winter & Holiday Containers, November 8th
- Pruning Apples & Pears & Espalier, November 9th
Putting the Garden to Bed
Saturday, October 25th, 11 am – noon
Get your plants ready for winter. Deadheading, pruning, mulching, dividing, and weeding are all fall jobs that will help your garden bounce back next spring. Richard Greenberg teaches this every year to a grateful crowd.
Winter Containers and Holiday Whimsy
Saturday, November 8th, 11 am – noon
You can still have colorful plants adorn your entryway this season. And if you want, you can add some holiday cheer to them. Join Richard Greenberg in his last workshop of the season. It’s a fun one!
Pruning Apples (and Pears) and Espalier Basics
Sunday, November 9th, 11 am – noon
Apple and pears produce fruit on older wood and encouraging spur development produces more fruit. Espalier trees are great for spur production. The class covers the basics of apple/pear tree pruning and discusses how to develop an espalier tree. This workshop is the last in a series of co-sponsored classes with City Fruit.