Part 2: Creating Colorful Xeriscapes

Learn about xeric plant combinations that provide multi-season color and texture as well as plant groupings that will attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. Craig will also share with you the plants he selected to create a large, west-facing xeric garden in his own yard. Join Craig as he covers the details for creating multiple unique […]

Spring Garden Sale | 20% Off Nearly Everything in Stock*

With 20% Off nearly everything in stock* and a greenhouse overflowing with beautiful plants and live music, this is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the gardening season ahead!     *Discount cannot be combined with other % off discounts or offers; Valid on in-stock items on 4/29/22 only; Not valid on purchases of food items, […]

Night of Wine & Roses

signature event night of wine and roses

Two years later, we are happy to reintroduce a fresh take on Night of Wine & Roses, featuring wine tasting*by our friends from Balistreri Vineyards! Experience this special event from 4:00pm-7:00pm while enjoying live music and our store-wide sale.

Flowering Iris Show with Mountains & Plains Iris Society

Flowering Iris Show with Mountains & Plains Iris Society

Join us for a beautiful exhibition of flowering iris from local gardeners and growers! Come to admire bearded iris, novelty hybrids, historic varieties, and everything in between. You can even enter any registered varieties from your own garden! Any registered variety may be shown. All entries must be correctly and clearly identified. All entries must be […]

Working with What You Have: Practical Landscape Solutions

If you have challenges in your landscape, you’re among friends! Whether it’s too much sun, too much shade, no focal point, a steep slope, or a swale, it can be hard to know what to do and where to start. In this class, Craig will provide planting solutions for slopes, wet areas, and privacy screening. […]

Planting for Pollinators

More than 70% of flowering plants in the world rely on pollinators for fruit and seed production. A pollinator-friendly yard not only provides nectar and pollen for these important species but also nesting sites and/or host plants on which pollinators can lay their eggs. As we look forward to National Pollinator Week, join us Craig […]

Versatile Groundcovers for Waterwise Landscapes

Did you know that groundcovers can be functional and beautiful? Generally less than 24 inches tall, these low-growing plants can become an important, water-wise feature of your landscape. Many xeric groundcovers are wonderfully suited to dry slopes, perennial borders, in between stepping stones, and as replacement for traditional lawns. Join Craig as he shares the […]

Top 7 Tree Care Myths Debunked

Should trees be staked after planting? What does the root system of a tree really look like? What about fast-growing trees? Should you reduce the height to make them safer? These and 4 other tree care myths will be examined in this brand new class. Feature Instructor: Craig Miller, ISA Certified Arborist. Since 1970, Craig […]

Made In The Shade

A shady spot in your landscape offers the opportunity to grow some unique plant selections that not only tolerate shade but prefer it. These include richly-colored flowers, plants with lush foliage, flowering groundcovers, and vines that will climb and provide cover. Come learn the basics of 38 trees, shrubs, and perennials that thrive in full […]