Gardening Workshops


Green Gardening Workshop Mini-Series
Join us this year for a series of monthly gardening workshops, each designed to follow key seasonal tasks to help you keep your garden healthy, beautiful and water-wise. Scheduled on the second Saturday of the month, our gardening workshops consist of two separate 2-hour courses starting at 8:30am and ending at 1pm.

All workshops are taught by regional gardening experts knowledgable in composting, garden design, plant health and water efficiency. Choose one or two classes each month and receive a discount based on the number of classes you attend.
Register for a 2nd class (same day) and get 30% off.

Call us at 916.746.1550 to register for the Green Gardening Workshops.
Please register in advance for all gardening workshops. Due to class size limitations, we can not guarantee day-of registrations.


Saturday, May 10, 2014 - Beat the Heat

Course

Time

Code

Price

Mulching Basics - Garden Decomposers
Mulch provides a cover for the soil that retains moisture, keeps plant roots cool, provides a critical habitat for garden decomposers, reduces weeds and beautifies the garden. Learn about the different types of mulching materials available and how to select and install mulch in your garden.
Registration required by Tuesday, May 6.
Instructors - Kathy Netto, Master Gardener

8:30 am - 10:30 am

64369

$6 Roseville residents
$8 non-residents

Keeping Your Plants Happy - Soil Health, Hydrozoning and Drip Irrigation
Summer is here and the rains are long gone. Keep your plants happy and your landscape healthy by reducing your dependence on pesticides and herbicides and by providing the right amount of water to your plants and soil micro-organisms.

Registration required by Tuesday, May 6.
Instructors - Steve Zien, Living Resources Company
                  John Shannon, Water Efficiency Specialist

11am - 1pm

64375

$6 Roseville residents
$8 non-residents