Learn the practical knowledge to keep your home garden thriving!
Educators and local horticulture experts will provide information for everyone. Novice and experienced gardeners welcome!
Sunday April 25 – 1pm – 3pm
Participants are encouraged to bring plant trimmings to exchange with others. The class will also cover correct transplanting practices and plant placement to ensure gardening success.
Sunday May 23 – 1pm – 3pm
Explore companion planting and the benefits of mulching. Learn how grouping certain plants can enhance production or keep diseases and pests away.
ROSES, PERENNIALS, AND ANNUALS
Sunday June 27 – 1pm – 3pm
Provide season long beauty in your yard with roses, perennials and annuals. Discuss the varieties perfect for our climate, as well as the care and feeding of all your garden flowers
NATIVE AND DEER RESISTANT PLANTS
Sunday July 25 – 1pm – 3pm
Are our “townie” herd demolishing all your hard work? Here we will be exploring native plants which are naturally deer resistant as well as others that deer will turn up their noses at.
All classes held at the Spanish Peaks Library.
Questions? Call the Library at 719-738-2774