Workshop on early season gardening at Hungry Mother
Hungry Mother Organics will host a Spring Gardener Workshop, 10-11:30 a.m. today at the garden center at 3190 Highway 395, in north Douglas County, across from Silver City RV and next to Full Circle Compost.
It’s a bit too early to start growing plants but hard to stay out of the garden. This workshop will help bridge the season, by covering seed starting, frost protection, soil prep, raised-bed building, and more to make an early-bird garden as productive as possible.
Just bring yourself, a water bottle, snack, and dress appropriately for outdoor activity.
For more information, call 775-267-3084 or go to http://hungrymother.cc.
Pruning Clinic at Greenhouse
It’s time to think of pruning and shaping your trees and shrubs so this season your trees and shrubs will look beautiful and can grow to their fullest potential. Dick Post will once again deliver his annual pruning seminar and hands-on workshop 10 a.m.-noon March 12 at Greenhouse Garden Center in Carson City.
Pruning topics will range from how to prune roses, pruning fruit trees for the best fruit production, and pruning techniques for all types of trees and ornamentals.
Starting at 11 a.m. a “hands-on” workshop will be conducted with the assistance of certified Arborist Tom Henderson. Dress appropriately for this outdoors workshop.
No reservations are required and the seminar and workshop are free. For further details, contact Greenhouse Garden Center at 882-8600.
Jump on Spring seminar at Greenhouse
Let’s Get A Jump On Spring seminar is 10 a.m. March 13 at Greenhouse Garden Center. David Ruf, owner, will cover such topics as how and when to fertilize, the benefits of using organics, and how to prevent weeds and bugs in your yard and garden this summer by taking measures now. Weather permitting this seminar will be held outdoors so a jacket may be desired.
No reservations are required and the seminars and workshop are free. For further details, contact Greenhouse Garden Center at 882-8600.