With guest speaker Karen Watkins, Master Gardener and Linnaeus Garden Volunteer
Class starts at 10:00am
Karen will go over what the difference is between good and bad bugs.
How do we attract the good ones and deter the bad ones?
What butterflies can we expect in our garden this summer and fall and how do I show more love to the bees?
Class size is limited to ensure social distancing, so sign up today.
Utilizing the last of your summer flowers and herbs Gina will show us the many different creative ways to make those blooms create gorgeous colors and displays.” We will be dying kitchen tea towels of a natural linen weave that soaks up the gorgeous colors found in our gardens.
For the class, students will be shown from the beginning to the end how to create natural dyes. Class will cost $40 to cover supplies and materials. Students will take home the tea towel they dyed and other little nifty gifties that Gina will be bringing. A lovely summer/spa water will be provided for guests to enjoy while we have the class. This class will take at least 2 hours starting at 10am.
Resident grow expert, Nathan Feller, leads medicinal growers through the 101 of healthy plants!
In this interactive fall gardening class, our very own horticulturalist, Emilee, will go over:
Why you should take advantage of our second growing season
What to seed/what to transplant
What crops last longer in the cold
What issues cooler/wetter weather can bring and how to face them
How to prep for winter/the next spring season
Will also mention that it’s the best time to plant trees and hardy perennials!