Workshops

2018 Spring Workshops:

2/10

1:00pm - Succulents

Explore the wonderful world of succulents with us! Erin will talk about the different varieties; teach general care requirements, and how to propagate them. You’ll even get to try your skills at starting baby plants by taking home your own cutting!

2/11

1:00pm - Fairy Gardening

Design and plant a miniature garden! Landon’s will provide complimentary pebbles, gravel, and other various landscaping elements. You simply pay for soil used and plants and fairy garden décor selected to make your mini garden delightful! Bring your own container, or purchase one from our selection, the choice is yours! *Pre-Registration is required due to space limitations*

2/17

1:00pm - African Violets

Join the Sheridan African Violet Society for this special presentation about this timeless houseplant. Learn how to grow, maintain, divide, repot, and everything else necessary to have lovely blooming African Violets in your home.

3:00pm - Orchids

Growing orchids in Wyoming is possible! Join Donald as he teaches the techniques to keeping these tropical beauties healthy and happy in your home. Learn about the different varieties special care for each.

2/24

1:00pm - Starting Indoors

Donald, our Certified Greenhouse Grower, will teach you how to start your vegetable seeds indoors so you can lengthen the growing season.

3:00pm - EO Program

Join Keith Kershaw for an informative “walk through” of the ever popular Pre Order Tree & Shrub program. Find out what your options are, and how to order. Keith will cover everything from bare root fruit trees to large conifers.

3/3

1:00pm - Houseplant Health

Learn how to keep your indoor plants happy and healthy! Repotting, dividing, watering, humidity, and light will all be discussed.

3:00pm - Cut it Out

Kelly Norris will offer a presentation and hands on instruction to pruning. Kelly relays information from the ISA (International Society of Arboriculture). This is a class to attend to gain that confidence in pruning. We will walk the property at Landon’s Greenhouse to see some pruning examples. Pease dress accordingly.

3/4

1:00pm - Spring Garden Prep

Ready, Set, GROW! Pete, Landon’s professional Landscaper, will teach you how to get started with cleaning and preparing your landscape for the season. Mulching, pruning, amending the soil, dividing certain plants and more will be taught!

3:00pm - Keeping Bees

Pete will talk about his experience keeping bees in his own backyard. If you’ve considered getting into this hobby join him to learn about what it takes!

3/10

1:00pm - Let’s Get Fruity!

Landon’s certified Arborist Chelsea will give you all the insight into what fruits will grow well in Wyoming. She will talk about everything from fruit trees to small fruit shrubs. That includes Apples, Cherries, Peaches, and Plums all the way into Blackberries, Raspberries, Currants and MORE!

3/11

1:00pm - All About Roses & Hydrangeas

Bring a note pad to this class! We will cover a lot of ground. Keith will talk about hydrangeas: where to plant them, which ones can change color, when to prune them, and more. Then stop and smell the roses with Chelsea! She will show you so many varieties, from singles to doubles, and all the colors under the sun. You will want to make notes on these!

3:00pm - Fairy Gardening

Design and plant a miniature garden! Landon’s will provide complimentary pebbles, gravel, and other various landscaping elements. You simply pay for soil used and plants and fairy garden décor selected to make your mini garden delightful! Bring your own container, or purchase one from our selection, the choice is yours! *Pre-Registration is required due to space limitations*

3/17

1:00pm - Soil & compost

Phil Gilmore and Donald Legerski will review the basics of composting, and show how to do some simple soil testing.  Looking for help with your compost pile, or ways to improve your garden soil?  Come see us!

3/24

1:00pm - New Annuals for 2018!

If you’re a flower fanatic, you definitely want to join us as our guest presenter Diana of EHR Horticulture talks about what new flowers Landon’s will be carrying for 2018! New colors, new varieties, there is always something new and exciting in the flower world!

3/25

1:00pm - Raised Garden Beds

Get tips and techniques from our professional landscaper on how to design, build and plant your raised garden bed.

3:00pm - Container & HB Design

Our professional container designer will teach how she creates our custom hanging basket and planter designs so you can plant like the experts!

4/7

1:00pm - Plant a Tea Garden

Learn about growing herbs and flowers to make your own tea. What plants work best, what part of each plant do you use, whether to dry or use fresh, and much more! Then, plant your own tea garden to take home! $35 will include up to 5 plants, window box, and soil!

3:00pm - Fairy Gardening

Design and plant a miniature garden! Landon’s will provide complimentary pebbles, gravel, and other various landscaping elements. You simply pay for soil used and plants and fairy garden décor selected to make your mini garden delightful! Bring your own container, or purchase one from our selection, the choice is yours! *Pre-Registration is required due to space limitations*

4/8

1:00pm - Herbs Part 1

This class is designed as a two part series. Part 1 will talk about 6 herbs, from how to grow, trim, dry, and use! Enjoy homemade treats with the herbs from this presentation! You’ll be inspired and confident to start your own herb garden and delve into the delicious world of culinary herbs.

4/14

1:00pm - Veggie Gardening for Beginners

Are you a little nervous about starting your own vegetable garden? Then join Jessica to learn what, how, when and why of veggie gardening do’s and don’ts.  You’ll walk away with the confidence to start growing your own produce and enjoying fresh veggies straight from your backyard!

3:00pm - Totally Tomatoes

Tomatoes are the most popular crop in North American home gardens. And for good reason! There are so many awesome varieties to try, it’s always an adventure! But growing tomatoes in Wyoming can be tricky sometimes. You’ll want to join Erin for this presentation on how to successfully grow the best tomatoes on the block! Do you have a hard time selecting which variety to grow? Erin is growing some to have sample tomatoes to taste test at this class!

4/15

1:00pm - Herbs Part 2

This follow up for the Herbs Part 1 class will explore 6 different herbs! Enjoy yummy refreshments made from the herbs in this class as you learn how to successfully grow them in your own garden!

3:00pm - Patio Veggies

Growing vegetables in containers is a great space saver, and convenient for lots of reasons. But which veggies grow best? What potting mixture should you use? Jessica will teach you all that, and more!

4/21

1:00pm - Kids Edible Garden

We want to teach the next generations the importance of growing their own food, and Jessica has tailored this class to do just that. She teaches what plants need to grow and produce a harvest, and give your kiddos the knowledge to do it themselves! Then, they get to plant their own edible container garden to take home and nurture all season! Plants and fee to be announced!

5/5

1:00pm - Hostas & Hot Chocolate

Enjoy a cup of hot coco as our perennial crew walks you through the heavenly world of Hostas! Hostas are one of the most well-known of all perennials and they are indispensable for the shade garden. Learn about the amazing palette of colors, sizes, textures, and flowers!

5/12

1:00pm - Fun in the Sun & Snow in the summer?

Snow in the summer when it’s hot and sunny? Yes! Join our perennial crew as they showcase plants that thrive in the full, hot sun. We will show you a wide array of colors and sizes that will not only work perfect in Wyoming, but perfect for almost any sunny location!

5/19

1:00pm - Perennial Design: The Plants That Keep On Giving

Learn how to design for almost anything: sun, shade, low water, deer, and more! Perennials are the plants that come back each year. You will discover daylilies, hostas, ground covers, ornamental grasses, vines, and many other perennials to suit any need. Bring a note pad or even a shopping cart to this class!

5/26

1:00pm - What’s All the Buzz About? Perennials & Pollinators

There is a lot of talk about bee and pollinators lately. We will walk you through all of the perennial plants that will bring back and support the pollinators. We have plants for all your needs in a wide variety of colors and sizes. Come view the choices first hand!

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