APRIL 6th - Starting a Vegetable/Herb Garden - What does it take to grow your own vegetables and herbs? Learn the best techniques for growing in containers, or raised beds, or just planting directly into your garden.
APRIL 20th - Waterwise Landscaping with Succulents and Natives - Create a beautiful landscape with succulents and natives without it looking like a desert. Yes, it can be done, and you’ll also use a lot less water.
MAY 4TH – All About Roses - Come see and enjoy our huge selection of colorful roses and become a garden rose expert. We would love to see some of your “best” roses, please bring ‘em in and show ‘em off and share your own secrets of success!
MAY 18th – All About Palms – Palms are so beautiful and have the ability to transform your landscape to your own little paradise. Learn how to choose the right one, how and where to plant, and how to keep them looking lush and green, with or without a lot of water.
JUNE 1ST -. Gardening Seminar Just for Kids (6-12 years) - This seminar is ideal for kids who love to garden and love to get dirty. Each student will bring home what that they’ve planted with veggies and/or herbs. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Gloves optional!
JULY 6th - Summer Color & Fragrances for Your Garden - You will be amazed at the many different choices of color and fragrances for your garden. Learn how to choose the right color for your yard and your micro-climate.
AUGUST 3rd - Citrus & Avocado Varieties & Care - How about some fruit, fresh off the tree? Wow your family and friends with your delicious fruit right from your yard!! You will learn all about your favorite citrus and avocado varieties and the best way to care for them
SEPTEMBER 7th – Landscaping Your Shady Areas and How-to Bring Color to Those Darker Spaces – Learn about plants for the shade and how to care for them in your yard. Plus, what types can add some color to those darker areas.
OCTOBER 5th - Waterwise Landscaping with Succulents and Natives - Create a beautiful landscape with succulents and natives without it looking like a desert. Yes, it can be done, and you’ll also use a lot less water.