It’s officially spring! And it’s finally starting to act like it. If you’re like us you’re itching to get outside and into the garden. Are you as nostalgic as we are for garden fresh salads? We keep finding ourselves standing in the greenhouse staring at the seedlings.
That’s why we’re excited to announce our first workshop of the season!
On April 19th or 20th come join us at our brand new workshop and greenhouse for a hands-on day of building a raised bed garden, and then planting it with seedlings right from our greenhouse. During the workshop, you’ll get a chance to see the process from start to finish, as we plan, build and plant a brand new organic vegetable garden together! While you’re here you can also pick up everything you’ll need to get started on your own garden from your seeds, and seedlings, to worm castings, our custom blend of soil mix, kelp fertilizer, floating row cover, biodegradable mulch, climbing trellises, and CowPots!
So call or email us today to reserve your spot, space is limited. We don’t want too many gardeners in the greenhouse.
Author Margaret Atwood thinks that: “In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” We tend to agree. Why not get your hands dirty, and make Margaret proud by building a terrarium to welcome in spring. Check out these step by step instructions courtesy of Better Homes and Gardens.
And once you’re done that, reward yourself by making by making up a batch of pesto using spring greens instead of basil. This recipe looks as delicious as it tastes.