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Special Hours for Daffodil Festival April 1, 2017 - April 2, 2017

The Bulb Shoppe and Gardens will be open Saturday, April 1st and Sunday, April 2nd from 10 am to 5 pm. Stop by and enjoy the daffodils and other spring blooming bulbs in our display gardens. Also available are home decor, gift items, gardening items and top quality summer blooming bulbs!

April Showers Bring May Flowers and an Abundance of Nectar and Pollen for Pollinators May 6, 2017

Learn about the natural buildup of pollinator colonies and individual pollinators. How pollinators support plants in the production of seed. Why honey bees store honey and how beekeepers harvest a surplus. And, the use of pesticides and their potential impact on pollinators in the garden. Learn what you can do to support pollinators in their environments. Join the Colonial Beekeepers Association for this free and informative talk on local pollinators in your backyard.

Living Flower Arrangement Container Workshop May 13, 2017

Bring Mom along to make a beautiful patio container you can enjoy all summer! Your mom will love the brightly colored flowers and decorative leaves that will soon emerge to fill in your layered bulb container masterpiece! $25.00 each or 2 for $40.00! This is a great mother-daughter workshop just in time for Mother's Day! Advance registration is required; please call 804-693-3966 to reserve your space!

Garden Buddies May 13, 2017

Calling all kids, ages 5-10, for this new monthly program at Brent and Becky's. Meet each month for a hands-on gardening experience, project and snack. This one hour program will give an appreciation for nature, gardening and the outdoors. $5.00 per person, please reserve you spot as space is limited. Call 804-693-3966 to make your reservation.

 

'Plants for Pollinators' Garden Walk May 27, 2017

Enjoy a guided walk through the garden exploring which plants are beneficial to pollinators. See our native pollinators in action as you learn what to plant to invite pollinators to your garden and which plants are larval hosts. One hour, guided, walking tour through the garden.