What to Do in the Garden in June
Sat. June 1, 2013 – 11:00 a.m.
Our monthly seminar on what should be done in the landscape and garden. Ah, June! Summer is on its way… the garden is swinging into bloom but there are still seeds to be sown and weeds to be pulled. Join us for this seminar to find out how to keep your landscape and garden growing on the right track. Bring pictures and samples for our experts to look at during the Q & A portion. This is a regular seminar on the first Saturday of every month so remember to put us on your calendar!
Coffee and Koi
Sat. June 8, 2013 – 11:00 a.m.
Join Brian Drake here at the Tsugawa Water Garden as he imparts his knowledge of that magical aquatic creature so many of us know and love – the koi. You'll have an opportunity to meet the koi who live here at the nursery full-time as well as some koi you may just want to take home with you. You provide the curiosity and the questions; we'll provide the coffee and the knowledge.
Create Your Own Wisteria Bonsai – A Two-Part Workshop
Sat. June 15, 2013 – 11:00 a.m.
Greg will walk you through the process of taking a potted Wisteria and pruning its roots and stem into bonsai form. This two-part workshop is a once-a-year opportunity to work alongside an expert. You'll take home a wisteria in a pulp pot, later to be potted up in the second workshop in October 2013. Space is limited to 10 participants. $75 per participant.*
Silent observers are welcome free of charge.
Create Your Own Small Water Feature in a Day
Sat. June 22, 2013 – 11:00 a.m.
Water features can provide enjoyment and awaken the senses in many areas of the home – bringing relaxation and tranquility to your garden or an added layer of interest to your backyard or patio. Come out to the nursery and participate in a hands-on workshop where you'll assemble your own small water feature with the help and knowledge of one of our staff members. Space is limited to 12 participants. Fee is dependent upon materials used during the seminar.*
Mid-Season Care for Your Food Garden
Sat. June 29, 2013 – 11:00 a.m.
It's summertime! Your vegetable garden is really starting to put on an edible show. So what's the best way to care for all those generous plants to ensure they continue providing delicious fresh treats for you all summer long? There's feeding, weeding, pruning and hilling to be done and we'll walk you through the steps you can take to keep up with care on your backyard produce section.
Most classes are 1-2 hours long and are FREE* unless otherwise noted. Please check our website and email for updates. New classes will be posted as they are scheduled.