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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.
Papermaking is a craft that dates back 2000 years. Traditionally, handmade paper has always used recycled materials. We are going to take this one step further and create paper that is filled with flower seeds that can be planted to grow beautiful flowers. Everyone will be able to take home his or her handmade seeded paper. All materials and equipment included.Find out more »
Create your own living mosaic to hang on a wall, indoors or out (in summer). Succulents are a natural choice for vertical gardens because they grow slowly and have low water requirements. We will provide assorted low maintenance succulents, moss, soil, and a frame for planting and hanging.Find out more »
Do you like worms? A worm farm is a fantastic way to minimize food waste by turning your organic kitchen waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer for your plants and soils. Worms eat organic waste and turn it into liquid fertilizer and worm castings, (the organic material that has been digested by the worms). We will provide everything you need to build your own red-worm farm, plus after care instruction.Find out more »
Just in time for spring! Build a miniature garden in a hanging basket. Container, Fairy, Bunny, lamb, chocolate egg, plants, & natural materials, will be provided.Find out more »
Presenting the Bunny for a Photo Op, Baby Bunnies to hold and pet, Scavenger Hunt, Guess the Jelly Beans, Face Painting for only a $1.00, Centerpiece raffle, and Egg Decorating. We will have an Ice Cream Truck too! Accepting donations for Pathways Children’s Garden.Find out more »
Explore the inner workings of our greenhouse. Learn the different techniques we use to grow the beautiful flowers you plant in your yard.Find out more »
Ann Grant, Wildscape Ambassador and Native Plant Master will demonstrate the importance of restoring our communities one garden patch at a time. From a birds-eye view, learn how to create wildlife-friendly gardens that help combat the loss of open spaces and create green corridors that link your wildscape to larger natural areas by providing habitat for wildlife. Audubon of the Rockies and the Colorado Native Plant Society sponsor this program.Find out more »
Boost your garden's productivity by providing a happy home for peaceful, non-stinging Mason bees. Slightly smaller than honeybees, mason bees are incredible pollinators. Each one visits as many as 1000 blooms per day — 20 times as many as a honeybee! All materials & instruction will be provided to build your house!Find out more »
Get in on the new green trend; make a necklace of living jewelry. All the plants and materials will be provided to create your own necklace.Find out more »
This fun and popular craft activity is achieved using simple pony beads. All materials will be provided to make a beautiful mosaic sun-catcher mobile! They almost look like little stained glass works of art.Find out more »
Have fun creating your own Bonsai inspired garden. Each participant will receive a Bonsai tree, container, soil, rocks, garden bench, fairy or woodland creature, low growing plants and moss.Find out more »
Kirk will talk about techniques for growing hops, the ideal varieties to grow for different beer styles, harvesting and storage. Also, their utilization in the process of producing a craft beer as well as other possible uses. Hops are fun to grow and can be used for more than beer.Find out more »
In response to many requests, this class is for the gardener who wants to grow vegetables in pots on their deck. If you have a small space, or wildlife issues this may the way to go. Join us for this hands-on class, where each participant will receive an heirloom tomato plant, container, soil, plant food, and tomato cage. Instruction will be provided for the planting & care of your plant to produce beautiful tomatoes. The one requirement is that you have a sunny south location for your pot.Find out more »
Explore our live butterfly pavilion and learn about nature’s pollinators. Our enclosure will house Monarchs and Painted Ladies. Observe butterfly metamorphosis, learn which plants these delicate creatures need and love. Butterfly growing kits will be available for sale.Find out more »