Classes & WORKSHOPS
We ask that you RSVP to attend workshops as space is limited. We accept reservations up to 2 days prior to the posted event. A 50% refund will be issued due to cancellation.
Saturday | February 1 | WHERE DO I START? Renovating Old Landscapes | $45 ($20 applied to plant purchase in Apr/May) | 1 to 2 PM
Old, overgrown gardens are really just hiding their true beauty! Join our garden designer, Kecia Carlson, as she reveals how to peel back the layers to discover the hidden gems to design a garden with purpose, structure and seasonality.
Saturday | February 8 | WHERE DO I START? Upgrading the Basic Builder-grade Garden | $45 ($20 applied to plant purchase in Apr/May) | 1 to 2 PM
You have more than you know, it's just hard to see. Expert garden designer Kecia Carlson will present how to add a few elements to your landscape to transform basic and blah into smart, stylish and low maintenance without breaking the bank.
Saturday | February 15 | WHERE DO I START? Adding Seasonal Color | $45 ($20 applied to plant purchase in Apr/May) | 1 to 2 PM
Adding year-round color to your garden sounds oh-so-delightful, but can seem overwhelming. Join our garden designer Stephanie Falk, as she walks you through the simple process of mapping the garden and incorporating the perfect plants to create seasonal color
Saturday | February 22 | WHERE DO I START? Creating a Water-wise Garden | $45 ($20 applied to plant purchase in (Apr/May) | 1 to 2 PM
Get beyond theory and dive into the nuts and bolts of creating a water-wise garden in the Treasure Valley. Kecia Carlson, our principal designer, will walk you through the key parts of transforming grass and water thirsty plants into a garden of lush, drought tolerant plants with native surrounds.
Wednesday | February 26 | GROWING GREAT GARDENS | FREE Community Class | 6 to 7 PM
Saturday | February 29 | WHERE DO I START? Gardening on Slopes, Swales and Berms | $45 ($20 applied to plant purchase in Apr/May) | 1 to 2 PM
Large, sloping land forms are challenging to landscape, but there are a whole host of evergreen, drought tolerant, low maintenance plants that can seize the land and transform it into a fantastic habitat full of visual delight. Expert garden designer Kecia Carlson will share the strategies and plants.
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