Join Katie from Seed-On-Hudson on April 14th as she shares tips and tricks from her decades of seed-starting experience. Together we will cover the basics about seed varieties and which types are easiest to start at home. Participants will learn about which tools and supplies the pros recommend to make seed starting a success, and will learn how to start seeds in a ceramic planter.
Starting plants from seed opens a world of possibilities to gardeners of all skill levels. Many vegetables, annual flowers, and even perennial plants can be started from seed using a few basic supplies and easy-to-master techniques. This can be an economical way to fill garden space and enjoy a much wider variety of plants than you could find in any nursery. Build your gardening skills and enjoy the satisfying feeling of growing plants from scratch with this fun, beginner workshop.
Please bring your own or store-bought seeds to the class for a fun seed swap at the end of class.
Light refreshments & snacks (bring a mug to enjoy tea!)
*We will provide all of the tools you’ll need for planting in class.
Time: 6pm - 7pm
Location: The Floral Society studio
145 Palisade Street Suite L21
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
Seed-on-Hudson is a woman-owned homegrown garden nursery and flower farm specializing in heirloom plants and fragrant seasonal blooms locally grown on their sustainable, pesticide-free family farm in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.Their offerings of vegetable, herb, fruit, native seedlings and cut flowers change with the seasons and are always grown with respect for our shared Earth. Closely linked with other businesses in the Rivertowns and beyond, Seed-on-Hudson brings together the wider community to not only delight in our green spaces, but to educate ourselves on how to take better care of each other and our planet.