Tag Archives: flower show

Herb & Strawberry Planter Demo

Whether you want more Strawberries or Herbs, learn a handy way to grow them in a strawberry jar.
This event is a part of our 2017 Spring Flower Show: Modern HOMEsteading seminar schedule!

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Grow Lights: 101

Join our Indoor Gardening Specialist, Kyle, to learn about the different types of grow lights and how to choose the right one for your indoor garden!
This event is a part of our 2017 …

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Outdoor Life: Using Fruits, Flowers, and Foliage to Create an Inviting Outdoor Space

Whether you have large backyard or small patio, learn how to create a welcoming and intimate living space using edible plants like herbs, vegetables, and berries to complement flowers and foliage. Learn from Matthew Boyd, …

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A Comprehensive Guide to Roses for Beginners and Experts

Roses can seem like an intimidating topic, but should be a source of great pride and joy for any gardener. Learn how to select the right rose for you, and to care for the most …

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Compost Tea Time

Join our Indoor Gardening Expert, Kyle, to learn the benefits of compost tea and just how easy it is to brew your own!
What’s the big deal?
Compost tea is a more cost-effective …

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The Beauty of Succulents

Is it possible that a single plant, let alone an entire plant family, can thrive on neglect, thumb its nose at water, and be aesthetically pleasing in the garden? It sounds too good to be …

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Growing Small Fruits at Home

Many small fruits, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, grapes, kiwi and gojiberries, are well-suited to Maryland’s growing conditions. Join us for an informative session on how to be successful at growing your own fruit in containers or …

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Orchids 101: Basic Care

Brand New to Orchids? Come learn the basics! Open to new & advanced orchid lovers. Advanced orchid lovers come & share your success for our new orchid enthusiast… great mentoring workshop!
Meet Beverlee, a …

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Terrarium Workshop

Learn how to make and maintain your very own terrarium! Dig in and build your terrarium right here at this hands-on workshop.
Pre-registration is required. Pre-register below or in store. Online registration is open until …

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How to Choose the Proper Diet For Your Cat

Are you interested in learning more about cat nutrition and picking the best food for your cat? If so, please join Ashley, our in-house Animal Nutrition Expert, to learn about how to feed a balanced …

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How to Choose the Proper Diet For Your Dog

Are you interested in learning more about dog nutrition and picking the best food for your dog? If so, please join Ashley, our in-house Animal Nutrition Expert, to learn about how to feed a balanced …

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Let’s Talk About the Birds and the Bees

Birdscaping, wildlife gardening and planting for pollinators are all the Buzz. Join Naturalist Lisa Bierer-Garrett as she discusses some tips and tools for providing a good landscape for beneficial creatures.
This event is a …

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Growing Small Fruits at Home

Many small fruits, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, grapes, kiwi and gojiberries, are well-suited to Maryland’s growing conditions. Join us for an informative session on how to be successful at growing your own fruit in containers or …

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Grow Your Own Countertop Garden

Join Kyle, our Indoor Gardening Specialist, and discover the new sleek and efficient ways to grow herbs and leafy greens indoors – right on your countertop!
This event is a part of our 2017 …

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Feed Your Lawn and Feed Your Soil

Jonathan Green’s New American Lawn – “Feeds Your Lawn and Feeds Your Soil”.
When you grow a Black Beauty Lawn in a healthy biologically active soil, with a balanced pH, lawn problems disappear! It’s …

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Philadelphia Flower Show Always Good, Going for “Brilliant”

“Brilliant!” is the theme of this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show, now in its 184th year.  (And yes, it’s the longest-running in the world and also the largest flower show anywhere.)
In my admittedly …

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