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Join us for our gardening workshops, which are designed to follow key seasonal tasks to help you keep your garden healthy, beautiful and water-wise. Gardening workshops are taught by Placer County Master Gardeners, City of Roseville Water Efficiency staff and other industry experts who have the know-how to help you keep your landscape sustainable and beautiful. All workshops are hosted at the Utility Exploration Center (1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd) unless otherwise noted.

All gardening workshops are for ages 14 and up and cost $6 for Roseville residents or $8 for non-residents unless otherwise noted.
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Call us at (916) 746-1550 to register for the Green Gardening Workshops. Please register in advance. Due to class size limitations, we cannot guarantee day-of registrations.


Our upcoming gardening workshops:

Pruning with Purpose Workshop
Saturday, September 21 • 10 am - 12 pm •  $6 Roseville residents / $8 non-residents • course code 00013854
Properly pruning your trees has many benefits - from improving the health and beauty of your trees to maintaining the safety of your property. Local arborists will share their expertise on the purpose and proper techniques of pruning. Learn about cutting tools and identify where and how to make pruning cuts in this hands-on workshop.

Planting with California Natives Workshop
Saturday, October 12 10 am - 12 pm •  $6 Roseville residents / $8 non-residents • course code 00013844
California native plants have spent centuries adapting to our region’s growing conditions. Their benefits are plentiful - they take less work and need less water. Native plants improve soil, use fewer pesticides, and support beneficial insects. Find out how to add these beauties to your garden. We’ll also cover drought-tolerant options.

Soil and Compost: The Perfect Partnership Workshop
Saturday, November 9 • 10 am - 12 pm •  $6 Roseville residents / $8 non-residents • course code 00013845
Soil is the foundation of all things green, and healthy soil prevents pests, promotes drought tolerance, and provides nutrients to your plants. This workshop will introduce you to the basics of backyard composting and will focus on the positive effects that compost has on the soil and how it benefits your garden.

Workshops Coming Soon:
Pruning with Purpose January 11
Fruit Tree Care January 18
Green Gardener at Home 8-Week Series   Tuesdays, January 21 - March 10
Pruning with Purpose January 22 
Totally Tomatoes February 8 
Fruit Tree Care February 12 
Growing Summer Veggies March 14
Your Tree, Your Place March 24 
Free Irrigation Tune-Up • March 28
Composting and Vermicomposting • May 9