Next on our Class Schedule – Houseplants!

Up next at Homestead University’s Winter 2013 term is a whole weekend focused on Houseplants, a group of plants we’re particularly appreciative of this time of year.  There are still available slots for three of our workshops so click here to see the full calendar, then click on individual workshops to register.

Saturday, January 1/26

Houseplants for Low Light, 11:00 to 1:00 at Davidsonville store.  $5.

If it seems like you’re always fighting for enough light for your houseplants, Leslie Clark will discuss the best low light plants for indoors. 

In the photo above we see shade-tolerant Boston ferns enjoying the outdoors after a winter indoors.

Terrarium Workshop – Class is FULL.

Sunday, January 1/27

Repotting Workshop Noon to 1:00 at the Davidsonville store.  Class is FULL.

Low-light-tolerant Chinese evergreen (L) and Pothos.

 Houseplants for Low Light, Noon to 1:00 at the Severna Park store.  $5.

If it seems like you’re always fighting for enough light for your houseplants, Kerry Kelley will discuss the best low light plants for indoors.

On my porch, a Spider Plant (L) and Hoya enjoyed the warm season. Now they’re hanging indoors, in low light, and looking just as good.

Fairy Garden Workshop, 2 to 3 p.m. at the Severna Park store.

The housing market is tough for everybody. So how about creating the perfect home for fairies? An ethereal container garden for both inside or out is the ideal home for fairies, pixies and sprites. For believers of all ages.

Pre-registration required. $35.

Photo credits: Chinese evergreen.  PothosBoston fernTop fairy garden, lower fairy garden.

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