2020 Spring Classes

Due to the current situation with COVID-19 we believe it is best that
we move our gardening classes online for now.
See our Facebook page and join us Live!
(We will also leave these videos up on our page for later viewing)
Classes last about an hour.
All classes are free this year!
(“Make & Take” classes have a separate fee.)
Class dates, topics and instructors subject to change without notice




Feb 8 10:00 am Starting Veggie & Flower Seedlings Indoors Learn how to start your own flowers and vegetables from seed. You’ll save money and have a blast doing it. Even the kids will enjoy watching the seeds sprout and grow. Learn about timing, soil, light, and water.
Feb 15 10:00 am Houseplant 101 Learn tips and tricks when it comes to selecting the perfect houseplant. We will discuss potting soils, pests and other products to help you succeed..
Feb 22 10:00 am Beginners Only! Vegetable Gardening
First time & novice gardeners only! Learn the basics of vegetable gardening and how pick the right site and size for your garden. Learn how to select which vegetables to grow, how to care for the plants, and when and how to harvest.
Feb 29 10:00 am Berries and Small Fruits Enjoy delicious berries and small fruit from your own yard. Strawberries, raspberries, grapes, and other fruit varieties will be covered. Discussion will include variety selection, planting, pruning and care.
Mar 7 10:00 am Square Foot Gardening Your garden can be filled with beautiful flowers, fresh herbs and luscious vegetables with NO WEEDS and NO HARD WORK. Is that possible? Yes! Come and learn about organic gardening the square foot way.
Mar 14 10:00 am Growing & Cooking with Herbs   Learn about the many different types of herbs you can grow and how you can have the best success. We’ll give you a run down on the basics of selecting, planting, growing and finally using your herbs.
Mar 21 10:00 am Pruning and Tree Care Proper care of trees and shrubs includes periodic pruning. Learn when, why, and how to prune trees and shrubs. Overall tree care will also be discussed.
Mar 28 10:00 am Grow your own Groceries  Growing your own veggies results in better flavor, health, and safety. But gardening in Idaho isn’t like gardening in other places. Learn the secrets to select, plant, nurture and harvest tasty veggies in Idaho.
Apr 4 10:00 am Fruit Trees for Eastern Idaho Enjoy delicious fruit from trees in your own backyard. Apples, peaches, cherries, pears, plums, and other fruits will be covered. Discussion will include variety selection, pruning, planting, and care.
Apr 11 10:00 am


1:30 pm

Growing Roses in East Idaho
Growing roses can be one of the most rewarding things you can do in the garden, especially in our harsh climate. Discover the secrets of variety selection, feeding, pruning, pest control, and winter protection.
Apr 18 10:00 am Totally Tomatoes The art of growing tomatoes from start to finish. Variety selection, fertilizing, pruning, soil amending, staking, mulching, watering, disease control, and harvesting. Heirloom vs. hybrid vs. grafted comparison.

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