AUG 26 TO SEPT 5
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Speaker: Adria, The Greenery’s Certified Preserving Expert
Join Adria as she demonstrates how easy it is to preserve your own tomatoes including tomato sauce and beyond! Using her knowledge she will discuss proper preserving techniques for dehydrating, canning and freezing tomatoes and practical uses for your preserved tomato products. Copies of recipes included! Prior registration is requested. Reserve your seat here. (more…)
Tecoma ‘Crimson Flare’
Photo Credit: BudOhio
Coreopisis ‘Early Sunrise’. Plant one 6 pack this summer or fall and have abundant blooms all spring through summer next year. It’s hard not to snap a picture of these when in full bloom.
Oak Leaf Hydrangeas are named for their similarly lobed leaves that look like Oak trees. Oak Leaf Hydrangeas offer year-round interest. In winter, you’ll notice it’s dramatic peeling bark. In spring, bright green leaves mark the start of the growing season followed by dramatic summer blooms that last until fall. In late fall, the leaves...Read more →
Succulents are a great way to have color all year long. I found this planter walking around San Francisco and I realized how easy it is to have a vibrant and colorful garden without tending to blooms. (more…)
Grow these herbs together for a planter that suits your needs. Even if it’s the only thing growing in your yard, fresh herbs are worth growing. You’ll wonder why you ever used store-bought herbs. Tea Planter Grow Chamomile, Lemon Balm, Stevia and Mint together for a constant selection of fresh teas and sweeteners! German...Read more →
Botanical Interests is passionate about gardening, and passionate about pollinators. Did you know pollinators help us by pollinating a third or more of the food we eat? They also help repopulate plants and add diversity to the environment, therefore making an ecosystem more resilient. The simple action of sowing seeds is powerful. It can create habitats that protect and feed pollinators, strengthening their population.