Gardening

Organic Gardening

& Pond Care

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Gardening & Pond Classes

  • Indoor Gardening

  • Edible Year Round Gardens

  • Herb Culinary & Medicine Gardens

  • Pruning Your Landscape

  • Nature Friendly Gardening

  • Pollinator Gardens

  • Backyard Wildlife Habitats 

  • Seasonal Pond Care

  • Aquatic Plants & Pond Fish Care

Your Garden Secrets Revealed - 3 part Series

Gardening Basics- 5 part Series 

Organic Certified Gardener

Coming Soon!

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Pierce College

Winter & Spring 2021

Online Live Classes on Zoom

     Sign up: www.PierceCE.com  Pacific Time Zone.

Chakra  Workshop- Sat. Feb. 20th  11-12:30pm - Chakras are our bodies inner energy centers that help us function on all levels. When we activate our Chakras we help to heal emotional wounds and physical ailments, balance our circadian rhythm and enhance inner peace. Class includes a handout, Chakra Test and eBook.

 

Pruning Your Landscape - Sat. Feb. 27th 11-12:30pm - This class will take the confusion out of your pruning chores. Once you know when, how and what to prune- at the proper times, you will achieve an amazing landscape! We will discuss how & when to prune trees, shrubs, fruits, canes, berries, vines, grasses, perennials as well as dead heading and dormant spraying. Bring your questions and images for the instructor if desired.  Includes a handout and eBook

Natural Yard Care –Saturday April 17th 11-12:30pm When we let nature work, life is easier. In this class, you will learn the difference between traditional vs. organic gardening methods and why it makes a difference. Using 6 Natural Gardening Guidelines we will discuss Creating/Using Compost, Importance of Mulch, Fertilizers, Beneficial Microbes, Aquaponics and Companion Planting methods. Learn natural pest control methods, how beneficial insects can control pests and how to identify plant diseases & treat them. Healthy Soil = Healthy Plants… Includes an eBook and Handout.

Edible Year-Round Gardens- Sat. April 24th 11-12:30pm - Combine function with form by using edible plants in your landscape. Flowers, fruits, herbs, and veggies can be both attractive and useful for cooking, baking, fresh eating and for beverages. Learn which plants you can grow and when, that can be used for crafts, cooking, canning while cut down your grocery bill. We will discuss warm season vs. cool season veggies as well as growing techniques and planting by the moon phases. Includes an eBook and Handout. 

Students will learn a variety of organic growing techniques for indoor and outdoor success from a horticulturist with over 20 years of industry and gardening experience here in the PNW.

 

Weekend Garden Warrior – Sat. May 15th 11-12:30pm – Learn how to create a paradise in your own backyard. We will discover several gardening DIY projects you can do in about a weekend or less- container gardens, raised bed ideas, garden art and even small water features. Join Horticulturist Kerri Bailey as she shares her over 20 years’ experience in the gardening and pond industry. There is so much information and ideas packed into this class! Includes a handout and eBook.

SPSCC

Winter  & Spring 2021

Online Live Classes on Zoom

Sign Up: 

https://spscc.edu/cce

Pruning Your Landscape - Tues. Mar. 3rd 6-7:30pm - A fabulous landscape is not only well planted, it is properly groomed. Pruning is not only for the appearance, it can enhance the health of your trees, shrubs and perennials by decreasing risk from disease and insect damage. In this class you will learn basic techniques, tools and equipment, what times of the year to prune as well as how to dead head flowers for prolific blooms. We will have a shrub to practice on for demonstration purposes. Includes a handout and eBook.

This class will take the confusion out of your pruning chores. Once you know when, how and what to prune- at the proper times, you will achieve an amazing landscape! We will discuss how & when to prune trees, shrubs, fruits, canes, berries, vines, grasses, perennials as well as dead heading and dormant spraying. Bring your questions and images for the instructor if desired. 

https://www.campusce.net/spscc/Course/Course.aspx?c=2919

Edible Year-Round Gardens- Tues. April 27th 6-7:30pm - Combine function with form by using edible plants in your landscape. Flowers, fruits, herbs, and veggies can be both attractive and useful for cooking, baking, fresh eating and for beverages. Learn which plants you can grow and when, that can be used for crafts, cooking, canning while cut down your grocery bill. We will discuss warm season vs. cool season veggies as well as growing techniques and planting by the moon phases. Includes an eBook and Handout. 

Students will learn a variety of organic growing techniques for indoor and outdoor success from a horticulturist with over 20 years of industry and gardening experience here in the PNW.

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