Ever wonder how some magazines and greenhouses get their container gardens to look so lush and colorful? Or maybe you’re just looking to have a good time with some friends. Whether you’re new to the world of container gardening or have been doing it for years, our pots and baskets workshop is a great way to learn about container gardening and have fun while doing it. These workshops are a great way to experience the joys of container gardening and to make sure that your container is exactly the way you want it.
Cost: $17.00 + cost of materials
The cost of the workshop covers soil*, fertilizer, instruction, and care for up to two baskets or pots until it is ready to be brought home. Customers may bring more than two containers to plant during the workshop session, and each additional container can be planted for the discounted price of $5. Materials includes plants and new containers (clients may bring their own or purchase new containers from our store). ** Customers with only one container will get a discounted price of $10.00)**
We have been getting a lot of questions about business hours and workshops, so we decided to send out an email regarding these concerns. Due to the “Safer at Home” order for all of April, and guidelines on public places and gatherings, we have also decided to suspend our Fairy Gardening and Container Gardening Workshops until further notice. This early spring we have had to make some tough decisions about classes and planting, but we believe it is in the best interest of our customers, staff, and community that we are proactive and do our part in containing the spread, especially to keep our elders and at-risk neighbors and family members safe.
If you have any additional questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com, on our Facebook page, or to call us at 920-893-0843..
Thank you again for your understanding, and your continual support of small business. We hope to be in contact soon! Be safe and stay healthy!
* For containers over 14 inches there will be an additional charge for soil.