Creating a Bee Friendly Habitat:
Saturday, April 8th 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
From gardening practices to plant choices you can make your yard a bee haven. This class will also explore building structures and features into your landscape that provide necessary habitat for bees. Cost $7.00 per person.
Kid’s Making Memories at Campbell’s:
Sunday, April 9th 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Discover the fascinating world of wild birds in this hands-on, interactive class! Children will learn about bird habitat, characteristics and identification, nesting habits, fun facts and more! We will be creating a fruit bird feeder to take home. Children will leave with a deeper appreciation for wild birds and nature! FREE to children 12 and under, please be sure children are accompanied by an adult. * Please call to reserve your spot.
Containers & Cocktails:
Friday, April 21st 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Class is Full
Saturday, April 22nd 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Class is Full
Friday, April 28th 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. – Class is Full
Grab a friend and come order your favorite cocktail blend! Relax during an evening visit to Campbell’s with cocktails, hors’ d oeuvres, and of course gardening! In between sipping on your favorite mix, you will learn the latest container gardening tricks! Must be 21 or older to attend. Bring your own empty clean container or purchase one here. Cost $25.00 per person, plus cost of supplies. All soil must be purchased during class, no outside soil allowed.
Hanging Basket Workshop:
Saturday, April 22nd 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. OR 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Do you desire to grow the beautiful combinations you drool over across every gardening magazine cover? Have you tried without success? Learn how to properly evaluate a winning combination for your beautiful dream baskets today! Join Campbell’s Head Grower, Linda Nebel, as she walks you through planting your very own 10″ Combo Hanging Basket! We’ll keep your basket warm and watered until May when you can take it home. Cost $20.00 per person. Plant material included in class fee.
Saturday, April 22nd 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Join Morgan Temple from Spring Meadow Nursery as she covers the basics of growing hydrangeas. Learn planting techniques, adequate daily care, and successful Hydrangea pruning techniques. Bring your questions and discover why your hydrangea may not be thriving to its fullest potential. Cost $7.00 per person.
Growing Herbs & Herb Garden Care:
Saturday, April 22nd 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Herbs provide beauty and fragrance in the garden, abundant flavor in your kitchen and often look just as nice as flowers. If you’re just beginning with an edible garden, herbs are a great place to start! Most herbs are easy to grow, whether in beds, borders, containers or on windowsills. Plus, once planted they require little care besides watering and harvesting. Come learn how easy it is to grow fresh herbs of your very own. Cost $7.00 per person.
Caring For Roses:
Sunday, April 23rd 10 a.m. – 11 a.m.
The sweet fragrance and beautiful blooms make roses a staple in every garden. Jay Kelly a horticulturist, plant enthusiast and plant salesman for fine growers from Oregon, Tennessee, Canada and Michigan will cover the basics. Look forward to discussing various rose species, proper pruning timing and techniques, fertilizing and watering needs, pest and disease control and other tips to keep your roses healthy, happy and blooming. Cost $7.00 per person.
Flowering Vines To Love (And Avoid):
Saturday, April 29th 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
A generally overlooked group of plants, flowering vines – from Clematis to Wisteria, can provide an added dimension to your garden. A vertical dimension. Learn basics and specifics about plant selection, care and culture to succeed with this rewarding range of plants, as well as help in identifying and avoiding proven and potential thugs. Cost $10.00 per person. Class taught by Cheryl M. English, certified Advanced Master Gardener and columnist for the Michigan Gardener.
Spring Beauties: Native Wildflowers For The Woodland Garden:
Saturday, April 29th 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Tired of Tulips? Find Daffodils dull? How about trying out some of our very own Spring ephemerals! From Trout Lilies to Trillium, from the exotic to the familiar, explore some native alternatives for the Spring garden. Cost $10.00 per person. Class taught by Cheryl M. English, certified Advanced Master Gardener and columnist for the Michigan Gardener.
Small Space Vegetable Gardening:
Saturday, April 29th 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
With a little creativity and planning you can create highly productive vegetable gardens in small spaces. Join Clay Johnson, from Ball Seed Company as he teaches you to plan your space using trellises, containers and raised beds. You will discover the practices for successful small space gardening covering soil preparations, container selection or bed design, growing and using the right crops. Cost $7.00 per person.
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