We offer a variety of informative seminars plus great make-and-take workshops throughout the year. Below is a list of our current schedule. We love sharing our knowledge and teaching others how to garden! Space is limited and classes will fill up quickly so register today to save your place! You may register online with pay-pal by clicking the link in each description, in store, or by calling us at (919) 878-8877. Want a private workshop? We offer weekday container garden and fairy garden workshops for groups of 6 or more.
These miniature gardens, complete with small plants, walkways, and trinkets are a delightful addition to the garden. With endless design possibilities all you need is a big imagination. Included in the class are the following materials at no charge: container, metro-mix premium soil, fertilizer, sand and gravel for your walkways, moss, and one birdhouse/ or bird feeder and one birdbath/ or garden tools. ($30.00 retail value). Plants and furniture will need to be selected and purchased on day of class. Participants receive 10% off additional fairy gardening pieces and plants during the class. Class fees: Adult fee is $25. For an adult and child both making a fairy garden the fee is $25 per adult, $10 per child (limit of 1 child per adult to allow for adequate assistance). If adult does not want to make their own garden, the fee is $25 per child (adult supervision still required). Register quickly; these classes fill up fast! Click here for online registration or call us today.
Landscaping your Pond
Saturday May 14th – 11 am
Do you have a pond but are wondering what plants to use in and around it? In this class you’ll learn about plant selection and design ideas for your backyard water feature – inside and out! Your pond or water feature should be more than an addition to the garden – it should be an extension of it! Learn from professional landscape designer Val Engel and pond expert Derek Van der Hoeven as they discuss how to landscape the inside of our pond with aquatic plants, as well as selecting plants for the edge of your pond and the surrounding landscape. We’ll help you bring out the best in your pond and make it a showcase area! Class is free but please register in advance.
Gardening for Newcomers
Sunday May 15th – 2 pm
Are you new here or just confused? This area is a melting pot of transplants from other parts of the U.S. The Piedmont region of NC is unique. Let us share our expert advice on soil preparation, plant selection and planting methods for gardening in zone 7b. Whether you are new to the area or new to gardening, this class is for you! The class is free but registration is required. Class is free! Register today to save your space. If this date doesn’t fit your schedule we have another session scheduled for April 23rd.
Saturday, May 21st 10am
Succulent gardens are a tremendous trend in gardening and home decor! Join us to learn about succulent care and design while we help you create a modern, tropical, dish garden! Fee is $20 and includes instruction, design assistance and specialty planting medium. Plants will be selected and purchased during class. Come prepared to purchase a container or bring your favorite from home. Register online here.