Summer is Here ... Put Your Gloves on and Get Dirty with Armstrong Garden!
IN THE GARDEN...
Armstrong Garden Centers invites California gardeners of all skill levels to its upcoming community classes.
Each workshop will encourage attendees to nurture their green thumbs with a wide range of topics for the spring season.
The classes will be held at all 31 stores throughout California.
Armstrong Garden Centers scheduled activities for June 2018 Above!
To celebrate California’s more than 170 species of butterflies, join the Armstrong Garden Centers team for a free plant guide, coloring page, nectar beverage and sweet snack while supplies last.
Each class is instructed by a nursery professional who will offer timely gardening advice and hands-on demonstrations. Armstrong Garden Centers also offers free garden talks from its team of experts for local gardening clubs, homeowners associations and other community groups.
Armstrong Garden Centers
Armstrong Garden Centers specializes in a quality selection of garden-lifestyle retail and landscape consultation services.
Established in 1889, this employee-owned company has served California for 129 years, taking the guesswork out of gardening through innovation and providing the best leadership in customer service.
Armstrong Garden Centers is the largest independent retail nursery in California with 31 locations and three growing facilities.
A few weeks ago I was able to take part in a Succulent Class - It was amazing!
It's pretty easy once someone walks you through it and the class leaves you feeling creative, crafty and full of a Green Thumb!
Here are the fun steps that we took to creating our Succulent Pot.... you can sign up for one of these fun instructor lead classes too. Kids welcome to special all age friendly events too.
First we picked out our pot supplied by Trend Spot Inc.
Pick your succulents -
Keep in mind that you need to pick in layers...
Thrillers for the top, some fillers for the center and a few spillers for the unique look from the bottom out.
After you feel its full enough and to your liking you just fill the pot a bit more between the succulents with some of the spoil dirt and coconut dirt and you are set!
Super easy to keep alive.. just spritz them with water every 10 days or so.
Perfect for indoor, decoration or even a gift!
For more information on Armstrong Garden Centers and gardening tips, visit www.armstronggarden.com and www.armstronggrowers.com .
Happy planting & arranging your gardens of all sizes!
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