Introduction to Cut Flower Gardening
Next class is Thursday, Aug. 18
- 25 US dollars$25
- 1298 E Gruler Road, Petoskey
This introductory class is for anyone who would like to have a cut flower garden at home. Learn about the growing methods, supplies, and equipment we use, and I’ll share some of my successes, failures, and recommendations. We’ll talk about choosing and prepping a garden site and selecting flowers that work best for cuts. This is an opportunity to see, smell, and touch the flowers and plants we grow in preparation for growing your own. Class will be approximately 2 hours in length, depending somewhat on needs and interests of the group. Limited to 10 participants. Optional: bring a camera, notepad, and gardening gloves. About the Workshop Presenter: Monica is a member of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers, Michigan Wildflower Association, Native Plant Guild, Michigan Master Gardener Association and Northern Michigan Master Gardener Association. She is the founder and current president of Wild Ones of Northwest Lower Michigan, a seedling chapter of the national Wild Ones association. Cancellation Policy: Payment in full is due at the time of registration. Refunds given only if cancellation received 7 days or more prior to class. Photo Release: In registering for this class, I give permission to Gruler Gardens to take photographs or videos that may include my image and post them on social media or use them for other marketing purposes.
Payment for classes is due at the time of registration. Class fees are refundable only if notice of cancellation is received 7 days or more prior to class. To cancel or reschedule a tour or shopping appointment, please contact us at least 24 hours in advance. Services may be cancelled by either party on shorter notice in the event of extreme weather or emergencies.
1298 East Gruler Road, Petoskey, MI, USA