About Our Workshops
Whether you are new to gardening or you are a seasoned gardener, we have much to share! We offer public and private workshops and presentations. Join us in our home studio, or contact us and we’ll bring the experience to you.
Sessions are 2 hours long. The first hour is dedicated to teaching fundamentals, tips, tricks and tools. In the second half, you are given range to express yourself creatively and to enjoy the process of creating. You are encouraged to be present in the moment as you select your materials and make what is in your heart. You will love your finished product!
Our workshops can be tailored to accommodate individuals and groups, based on physical or cultural needs and interests.
All materials are provided in studio or at your location (within 80-mile radius). We love parties and team building events!
Workshops and Presentation Topics
- Green thumbs 101- Navigating soil, water, light and humidity
- Plant Care for the Seasons
- Containers without drainage
- Pest identification and treatments
- Propagation and Transplants
- Feature Plants
- Closed Terrariums
- Dish Gardens
- Kokedamas (Japanese Moss Balls)
In The Garden
- Communal Gardens
- Seed Starting
- Seed Balls (fun!)
- Container Gardening
- Small Space Gardening
- Mixing Edibles and Ornamentals
Out in Nature
- Nature Journal
- Rejuvenating Nature Walks
- Nature Weaving
We might think we are nurturing our garden, but of course it’s our garden that is really nurturing us
In the face of our current health situation, we continue to provide uplifting horticultural workshops and presentations. We work with mandated protocols and numbers to maintain public safety. Call or email to book your individual/group workshop or presentation today. One Love.
Relax, Learn, Grow, Create.
We work with integrity and passion to ensure that you enjoy engaging experiences and the best products and service. Our programs and workshops are created to share knowledge, uplift, inspire! Horticulture workshop participants are given range to express themselves creatively as they engage in nature-based activities to foster positive outcomes, including
- Social participation and inclusion
- Interactions with nature and people
- Building self confidence
- Storytelling, Sharing
- Mindfulness and Wellbeing
A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust.