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The Bulb Shoppe and Gardens reopens for 2020! February 1, 2020

The Bulb Shoppe and Gardens will reopen for the year on Saturday, February 1st. New retail hours are Monday through Saturday, 9 am to 4 pm. Check out our Kid's Potting Area through the month of February where kids can pot bulbs to take home. Our new greenhouse, the Garden Room, is nice and warm and a great place to spend some time shopping and enjoying the outdoors while staying nice and warm inside! Our 8 acre display garden is free of charge and can be visited often as there are always new flowers to see. Picnic space is available and we are child and pet friendly (as long as all are well behaved!). We look forward to seeing you soon!

Second Saturdays with the Gloucester Master Gardeners February 8, 2020

Brent and Becky's will host the Gloucester Master Gardeners on the second Saturday of the month for an informational look at what is going on in the garden. Join the Gloucester Master Gardeners for a look at gardening and how to make your garden the best it can be in the coming year. This month will focus on "Soil, the key to a good garden". There is no charge or registration for this informative session packed with great information!

Gloucester Daffodil Club Meeting - open to the public February 13, 2020

A new daffodil club in Gloucester County is charting a golden yellow path into the future. The club was founded to encourage more people to plant daffodils at their homes and businesses throughout our area and to inspire participation in Gloucester 'annual spring daffodil show. "Even small plots create beauty and bring smiles," Bowditch says.

Garden Room Tea February 15, 2020

Take a break from the cold weather and enjoy some warmth and beautiful sights in our new garden room greenhouse. Complimentary tea and small bites provided for you to enjoy.

Tree Forum: Proper Pruning Practices February 22, 2020

Everything you need to know to properly prune your trees! This is the time for garden maintenance. Learn what you need to know to have the confidence that you are pruning correctly. Topics covered include basic pruning, pruning of fruit and non-fruit bearing trees, tools needed, tool sharpening and maintenance, and hands on demonstrations.