Spring has officially arrived, and we’re more excited than ever about our upcoming gardening workshops. What fun tutorials, education, and landscape design days can you look forward to in April?
April Workshops at Autumn Hill
- Sat, April 8 at 11am – Welcome Spring Mini Garden: Mini gardens can spring up in existing gardens, grace tables in the house, or add life to old container gardens. Please RSVP and see our new spring collection! $20 for materials (container, soil, moss, and 3 plants). Additional items available to purchase.
- Sat, April 8 at 11am – Herb Container Workshop: Spice food right from the stem. Build an herb garden for your home. RSVP and bring a $35 material fee (container, soil, and choice of herbs).
- Sat, April 15 – Tweak Your Yard: Plan an idyllic reading nook in the garden, create a backyard space for entertaining, or redo the front yard. We’re giving you the chance to meet with a professional landscape designer for 30 minutes. Our garden architect will help you design a 500 sq. ft. space for just $25, and you’ll get 20% off any plants you purchase that day. Please call to schedule an appointment.
- Sat, April 15 at 11am – Aromatherapy and Herbs for Medicinal Use: Which herbs and essential oils will improve your health and mood? RSVP and find out for just a $10 materials fee. We’ll be making a tincture you can take home.
- Sun, April 22 at 11 am – Spring Container Workshop: Back by popular demand, we’re giving you the secret to successful container gardening. Thrill, fill, spill for just $35. Materials include a container, soil, and your choice of annuals and mulch.
- Sat, April 29 at 11 am – Beneficial Insects and How to Attract Them to Your Garden: Attract worker bees to your garden (and learn why you need them). This is a free workshop! Just RSVP.
- Sat, April 29 at 1pm – Build an Insect Hotel: Remember those insects you want to work in your yard? $20 and an RSVP will keep them happy with DIY digs for beneficial bugs.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Call Autumn Hill Nursery to reserve your spot at our April gardening workshops.