Saturday Spring Garden Success Seminars

We’re looking forward to presenting some new seminars this spring! Join us to get some new information, refresh your knowledge, and be inspired. Here are the seminars we have on tap, look for more coming soon! Registration required for all seminars.

Raised Bed and Straw Bale Gardening Basics – FREE

April 7, 10:00, Fountain Location

Annelise Wilhite from Spencer’s Lawn and Garden Centers will show you how to set up and maintain a straw bale garden. Perfect for any size yard, straw bales can grow a surprising amount! It’s an easy and different way to grow a garden, so come learn all about it! Raised beds are an easy way to get around our poor soil conditions and grow an incredible garden full of vegetables. Learn basics and techniques of planning and planting for a successful harvest!

Perennials for Season Long Bloom – FREE
April 14, 10:00, Tejon Location

Emily Campbell of Spencer’s will help you get your perennial garden in top shape to be in color all season long! Learn what perennials bloom when and how to select plants with overlapping bloom times so your garden is always blossoming. Imagine planting your garden once and having it put on a spectacular show year after year!

Tomato Gardening in the Pikes Peak Region – FREE
April 21, 10:00 Fountain Location

Mike Spencer from Spencer’s Produce, Lawn, & Garden Centers presents a popular seminar on growing tomatoes. From beginners to seasoned tomato growers, this seminar has something for everyone. Learn proper planting, fertilizing, and common problems we encounter. Bring your questions and let’s talk tomatoes!

Kids Planting Class – $5
April 28, 10:00 Tejon Location

Maren Humes of Spencer’s Lawn and Garden Centers will teach a kid friendly planting class! Kids ages 5-12 will learn the basics of planting and caring for a plant of their own. When the fun is done, they will each have a potted flower to take home and grow! All necessary supplies will be included and each child will be given a pot, soil, plant, and plant tag to remember the name of their flower!