Natureworks Class Brochure is Ready!

16 Feb Natureworks Class Brochure is Ready!

Gardening Classes Start Saturday March 4th

 
I am SO excited to share with you our 2017 Class Brochure. Once again we are renting the hall at the Zion Episcopal Church, a wonderful facility that is handicapped accessible. We are having two all-day seminars and one pruning class. Please share this class information with all of your gardening friends and join me as we learn about native pollinators , butterflies, mini-meadows and pollinator strips, insect hotels and mason bee houses, small space edible gardens, growing from seed, row covers, and edible garden plans. 
 
Saturday March 4th  9-3 pm  
Bee the Change you Wish to See in the World: Helping our Pollinators
 
Saturday March 25th  9-3 pm  
Grow Day-A fun day of learning with a focus on edibles.
 
**Special Treat: I will share with you a wonderful slide show of the edible gardens I saw on my English Garden Tour in the summer of 2016!*****
 
Overcoming your Fear of Pruning- Basic Principles and Practices
 
Saturday April 1st 10 am-noon
 
Click the link below to download the class brochure. You can either register and pay for classes on line or download and print the brochure and mail or fax in your registration.
 
Visit our Gardening Classes web page for all the details and to pay on-line, click here.
 
 

CT Flower and Garden Show is NEXT WEEK!

At Natureworks, the winter is divided into two sections:
Before the Flower Show and After the Flower Show.

We have been gearing up for this year’s show since early January. Not only are we having our amazing retail booth (directly across from the Federated Garden Club section) but we are creating two educational displays. The first is all about Monarch butterflies and it will be right next to our retail booth. Wait until you see what my creative staff has put together! The second is an actual Pollinator Garden, complete with an insect hotel, that I designed. I have been working non-stop on the educational materials that will be throughout the garden. The plants are being forced at a school in Glastonbury.

At our booth we will have tons of seeds, bulbs, terrariums, air plants, succulents, books, and all sorts of spring themed gift items.

The seminar lineup is really exciting this year. I am giving two talks and my friends Karen Bussolini, Jan Johnson, Andy Brand, and Sal Gilbertie will be speaking as well. Roger Swain will be there as well as dozens of other speakers. Your admission to the show includes admission to all seminars that day.

Get your SPRING ON! Don’t miss the flower show. It is a right of passage to the exciting growing season ahead.

Click here to link to the Ct Flower and Garden Show website.

203-484-2748  naturework.com