Workshops this Weekend – the Illustrated Guide

 

Woolly Pockets - from wall accents to whole walls.

Woolly Pockets® Container Gardening: $30
Saturday, February 11th at 11 a.m.  in Davidsonville and  2 p.m.  in Severna Park
So you’ve done containers. And you’ve done hanging baskets. But have you done Woolly Pockets? This new hanging container system goes places where traditional containers won’t: walls, fences, even indoors! And the wicking system means precision watering. Participants receive a Woolly Pocket to plant at home.  Click here for more inspiring photos.

A Guide to Winter Birding in Maryland: $5
Saturday, February 11th at 11 a.m in Severna Park and 2 p.m.  in Davidsonville
Create a safe sanctuary for birds to winter-over by using trees, fruit-bearing shrubs, feeders, and seeds. What kinds of birds will be flitting about your yard this February? We’ll tell you that and more!

Gene Sumi teaching gardening (nobody does it better!) and Carolina Chickadee.

Gardening Done Right: Proper Planting Techniques: $5
Sunday, February 12th at 11 a.m. in Davidsonville and 2 p.m.  in Severna Park
Buy your plant and plunk it in a hole right? Mmmmm…no. There are a few steps involved to make sure that plant thrives after planting. Homestead Gardens’ Gene Sumi takes you through the process, step by step.

Lenten roses bloom when we're desperate for color.

Hellebores: The Lenten Rose: $5
Sunday, February 12th at 11 a.m in  Severna Park and  2 p.m. in Davidsonville
The queen of the winter landscape, the hellebore brightens even the dreariest of days. There are many varieties from which to choose. We guide you through the process of planting and caring for these exquisite perennials.

Lenten rose close-upDark pink lenten rose, Carolina Chickadee,

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