Summer into Fall Sale

Upcoming Workshops

Yardscaping: Healthy Lawn Care Made Simple!

Saturday, September 27 10:30-12:00
Do you want a lush green lawn safe for kids and pets? Did you know that fall is the best time for lawn care? The goal of this class is to give you the information and resources needed to have the lawn you want without relying on chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides. You will discover how to create a self-sustaining lawn that safeguards the health of your family while saving you time and money! Learn why fall is the best time of year to improve your lawn. Whether you maintain your own lawn or use a professional, this is the class for you. Kelsey White, Stormwater Outreach Coordinator, Cumberland County Soil and Water Conservation District will be presenting in our conference room.

Pruning with Jeff O'Donal

Saturday, September 27 1:00-3:00
Back by popular demand, this lecture/demonstration is packed with valuable information. Not only will Jeff tell you where to make the proper cuts, he will actually show how it's done, all accompanied by his entertaining commentary!

Strategies for Dealing with Deer in Your Landscape

Sunday, September 28 1:00-3:00
Join Jeff O'Donal for this workshop on how to deal with deer in your yard. Placement and selection of plants will be discussed along with deer repellents. O'Donal's Nursery has 60 acres of growing fields and Jeff will discuss what has worked for deer deterrents and what has not.

It's a Small World: How to Make and Maintain a Terrarium

Saturday, October 4 11:00-1:00
Learn from the ground up how to make a moss, succulent, or small plant terrarium. Products available for purchase to make your own, or just sit back and observe as Suzanne guides you through the process. In the course of this seminar you will learn the difference between open and closed terrariums and the ecosystems that can be created in these tiny, living and self sustaining worlds.

Food Preservation Hands-On Kitchen

Lab Session: Apple Preservation

Saturday October 4, 2014 1:30-3:30
We will look at the different methods you can use to preserve apples. We'll be canning a batch of apple sauce, made from fresh local apples.

Food Preservation Hands-On Kitchen

Lab Session: Pumpkin Preservation

Saturday October 11, 2014 10:00-12:00
We will look at the different methods you can use to preserve pumpkins and we will prepare some pumpkin for the freezer. We will also rehydrate dried pumpkin to see what it is like to work with after being dried. We will have both locally grown pumpkins and squash perfect for cooking and carving available for you to purchase and take home so you can get started right away!

Food Preservation Hands-On Kitchen

Lab Session: Cranberry Chutney

Saturday November 1, 2014 10-12
We will use this great recipe to show how easy it is to make and preserve a wonderful taste of fall flavors. You could use this as an addition to a holiday meal or just to dress up a sandwich. Plant some cranberry plants soon!

Nursery & Garden Shop Hours

Monday through Friday 8-6
Saturday 8-5
Sunday 9-5