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Our upcoming classes & events at Gulley Greenhouse are designed to educate as well as entertain our customers. We offer different classes throughout out the season like miniature gardening classes, succulent wreath classes, terrarium classes, cooking classes and many other great classes and events.
Browse this page and register for the different classes & events that Gulley Greenhouse has prepared for you for this season!
At Gulley Greenhouse we offer private classes and seminars for schools, organizations, clubs, neighbors and individuals. Contact us for more information about our private classes & seminar options.
Geodes teach us of magic, that there can be beauty even underneath a plain exterior. Join us to discover this magic for yourself in our Crystal Fairy Garden Class! Break open your own geodes, to find crystals and colored rock inside. Then build your miniature garden, adding your rocks for accents. We will provide geodes, plants, a 8" container, soil and fairies. Good for all ages.Find out more »
Plants with fun containers should be considered a design element and are a great way to add a little personality to your space. Choose three containers from many different colors, textures, sizes & shapes. We will also provide a large assortment of low maintenance succulents to accent your home design. Rocks, moss, soil and all other accessories will also be supplied.Find out more »
When birds have a safe place to dwell, their numbers stay strong and their species continue to evolve. Just placing a simple birdhouse in your backyard will help birds to multiply by giving them a safe place to raise their young. Join us as we make a make a home for birds using baskets and natural materials. Everything you need to make your birdhouse will be provided, including baskets, moss, adornments, shells, rocks, pinecones and more! Feel free to bring in something special from home to make your birdhouse a bit more personal!Find out more »
You know they're important, let's be honest... they're in beer so enough said, but do you have any clue what hops really are? Join us as guest speaker Kirk Lombardi, from Zwei Brewery in Fort Collins, tells us all about techniques for growing hops, the ideal varieties to grow for different beer styles, harvesting and storage, and their uses in the process of producing a craft beer as well as other possible uses. This class is intended for adults over the age of 21 only as samples will be served!Find out more »
Beer has long held the place of America’s most beloved alcoholic beverage. But for an increasing number of Americans, hard apple cider is becoming the drink of choice. Join us to discover why this delicious beverage is gaining in popularity with Jen Seiwald, owner and operator of Scrumpy's Hard Cider Bar. Jen will talk about the kind of apples she uses, the best growing conditions, time of harvest for best quality apples, and the process of making her product. This class is intended for adults ages 21 and over as samples will be served!Find out more »
Gulley Greenhouse began with 2 greenhouses from a carnation range from Jim’s Father. As of 2015, there are 180,000 sq. ft. of cold frames and 90,000 sq. ft of heated greenhouses. Gulley Greenhouse, Inc. currently produces over 1000 perennial, 100 herb, and 650 annual varieties. The quantities sold are over 200,000 gallon perennials, 25,000 roses, 500,000 2 ½” perennials and herbs, and 5 million plugs. Join us for a free tour of the facility and see the multifaceted process of how our plants are grown!Find out more »