Classes are scheduled throughout the year ranging from garden growing and care to craft classes during the holidays. Check back often, or call us and we’ll be happy to let you know what’s coming up.
If there’s something you’d like to see us add to our list, please let us know that as well and we’ll be happy to see what we can do. Our best ideas sometimes come from our customers! We are also happy to accommodate special group requests. Be a lifelong learner! Call us to schedule your group or club.
Spring is in the air and we’re busily preparing for the upcoming season with an ambitious schedule of classes this spring! Class times will vary this spring due to the Farmers Market, so please carefully check the time. All classes are free, unless otherwise stated. Please RSVP to (970) 565-8274 to reserve your spot. Check out the website at www.fourseasonsgreenhouse.com for changes and additions.
February 16 Making the Cut – A Hands on Pruning Workshop 1 pm
Confused about how, when and what to prune to keep your yard looking perfect? Take the mystery out of pruning with this workshop that will focus on pruning trees.
March 2 Prepping Your Perennial Garden for the Season 1 pm
Whether it’s pruning your perennials, dividing them, deciding which to replace or replant, this class will help you learn how so that your perennial garden is picture perfect this season. Join Suzan, our Perennials Guru as she teaches you how to keep them in top shape.
March 2 Seed Starting Basics 1 pm
Starting seeds isn’t really as difficult as it seems. Join Vic for this class which will focus on how to start peppers, tomatoes and other small seeds.
March 9 Taking the Mystery out of GMO, Organics & Heirlooms 1 pm
It seems like everywhere you go, all you hear about or read in the gardening magazines is about GMO, yet it’s really pretty misunderstood. Join Vic as he sorts it out for you in plain talk, and also covers organics and heirlooms. This is a “must take class” for all gardeners this season!
March 16 Magical Miniatures 1 pm
Miniature gardening has been around for over 100 years and has never been more popular. Join us for a class and learn to create a garden perfect for anyone who enjoys gardening indoors on a small scale. There is a fee for this class for materials used.
March 23 Making the Cut – A Hands on Pruning Workshop 1 pm
Confused about how, when and what to prune to keep your yard looking perfect? Take the mystery out of pruning with this workshop which focuses on pruning shrubs and roses.
March 23 Spring Wreath Class 1 pm
Welcome the spring season with this colorful spring wreath! We’ll be using paper twist, spring ribbon, silk flowers and more to make this a bright, cheerful welcome for your front door or wall! $30
March 30 The Annual Easter Egg Hunt 11 am
Two thousand eggs and one very large bunny make for a morning of fun! BYOB- Bring your own basket. Hunters ages 10 and under only please.
April 6 Be Amazing! Exciting New Plants for 2013 10 am
In our travels last year, we’ve found some fabulous, interesting and unusual new plants for 2013. Join Vic as he shows you the “best of the best” he’s selected for your garden this year.
April 13 Seed Starting Basics 10 am
Starting seeds isn’t really as difficult as it seems. Join Vic for this class which will focus on how to start flowers, peas, beans and other larger vegetable seeds.
April 13 Herbals Everywhere! 10 am
Would you like some new ideas for ways to use herbals in your home? Then join Fran for ways to extend your use of herbals from your garden.
April 20 Totally Tomatoes 10 am
If you’ve had our winter tomatoes, or purchased some of our spring starter plants, you know that Vic is “totally tomatoes!” Join him as he explores the world of tomatoes from start to finish them.
April 20 BYOB- Bring Your Own Bra (or Boxers!) 10 am
This class is the one we all hooted over this winter. Bring an old bra, or pair of boxers and we’ll show you how to turn it into a floral masterpiece. No giggling, please! There is a fee for this class for materials used.
April 22 Earth Day Celebration!
Raised Beds and Square Foot Gardening 10 am
and then Be Kind to Your Yard! 1 pm
Join Fran as she discusses gardening in a small space or in raised beds. Then in the afternoon, she’ll discuss earth friendly alternatives for disease, pest control and fertilization.
April 27 Back to Basics Series
Victory Garden! Easiest Veggies for You! 10 am
Most folks try to start veggie gardening with tomatoes and get discouraged when they don’t have great results. We’ll show you the easiest veggies that practically guarantee success!