Spring is coming.
We can feel it in the nursery. It’s more than just that we’ve stocked up on seeds and soil and everything gardeners need to get ready for a new season. It’s a feeling of excitement. The days are getting longer, they’ll get warmer (eventually), and before you know it, we’ll be outdoors planting and cultivating and enjoying the fruits of our labors.
But you don’t have to wait. Now is the perfect time to start planning for the garden you want this year. This is when you should figure out the best spot for your veggies, or start sketching out big projects, like adding a butterfly garden or building a patio.
I know there are also some folks reading this might not feel that confident about their gardening abilities. Maybe you tried gardening in the past and it didn’t work out. Or maybe you feel confident about creating beds of annuals and perennials but aren’t as sure about trees and shrubs.
We’ve got you covered.
Beginning next month, we’ll be offering Warner’s Root Camp, a Gardening 101 series of classes to help you build up your skills in the garden. Participants will pick 10 expert-led classes in topics ranging from understanding your soil and seed planting to drip irrigation to building specialty garden spaces, like those that attract pollinators.
In addition to the classes, Root Camp participants will get special savings, free tools and guides, and special one-on-one guidance as they develop their outdoor spaces.
We will be rolling out details soon on this multi-month series of classes, so be on the lookout. The first class will be March 16, but we’ll be encouraging you to sign up earlier – we suspect these classes will fill up fast.