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Container Gardening

DIY Burlap Mounted Hoyas

Our favorite way to mount houseplants this fall is in a cute burlap pocket! Using a 9″ cedar plank (with wire hanger), moss, burlap, upholstery nails and rustic twine, you’ll create the nicest habitat for your choice of hoya rooting. All materials, plants, and instruction included.

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Broken Pot Fairy Garden

Transform a broken clay pot into something stunningly impressive with this fairy garden. We’ll stack terracotta pot pieces and plant them with tropical houseplants to create a cascading garden. Add a fairy figurine and some cute decorations to complete your miniature wonderland. All materials, plants and figurines included.

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Outdoor Miniature Wonderland Garden

Plant a low terracotta bowl with perennial groundcovers to create a true wonderland for your patio. Or tuck it in a bright spot in your garden as a fairy surprise! We’ll provide an assortment of compact flowering groundcovers, 10 inch bowl, decorations and figurines for you to make a dreamy design.

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Plants and Pints at Old Colorado Brewing

Succulents and small batch craft beer are an excellent pairing! Join Gulley Greenhouse at Old Colorado Brewing Company in Wellington for an evening of planting and beer! This class, provided by Gulley Greenhouse, helps guide you through planting a succulent garden, while learning care tips for your plants, all while enjoying delicious beer at Old Colorado Brewing! For $45, the class includes a wooden planter box, lots of succulent plants, soil, rock and natural decorations. Beverages not included in ticket price. Class size is limited so be sure to register ASAP! *An event for adults 21+

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Pollinator Cafe Patio Pot

Create a nectar and pollen “cafe” for passing pollinators! We’ll plant our pots with ornamental annuals and culinary herbs to provide a good source of nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies, and other little helpers. Whether you have a balcony, rooftop, patio, or front porch, you can still plant a fantastic pollinator-supporting garden! *While we will have some part-shade plants to choose from, most of the annuals and herbs will thrive best in a full sun exposure.

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