Tuesday, March 3
7 – 9 pm
Graeser Family Education Center
$15, $10 WBG members (use code WBGMEMBER at checkout to receive discount)
Gardening remains America’s #1 hobby. Does the anticipation of the warmer spring weather make you want to get your hands dirty in the garden? Have you wanted to start a garden but didn’t know where to begin? This class will guide you through terms and processes, such as plant types, light exposures, deciding what kind of garden to start, where to place it, containers, if your soil is good, and knowing what to plant and where to put it. Other topics to become familiar with include the USDA Plant Hardiness Zones, establishment of new plants, what is Cooperative Extension, and all about watering and fertilizers. Bring your beginner questions to this workshop to build your confidence as you embark on your gardening journey!
Instructor: Jamie Burghardt
Although we are unable to refund registration fees in the case of cancellation by the purchaser, the paid registration can be transferred to another student. In this case, please notify Allison Whitehouse at firstname.lastname@example.org or 502-276-5404 with the name of who will attend in your place. Multi-event series cannot be transferred. In the event that Waterfront Botanical Gardens cancels a class for any reason (e.g. low enrollment, instructor unavailability, natural hazard, etc.), we will attempt to reschedule the class or event. If there is no reschedule, the purchaser will be issued a full refund. Refunds are issued by check only. Beargrass Canoe Tours have a different policy with no refunds under any circumstance because of river and weather volatility.
In the event of an emergency cancellation, the Gardens will contact registered students with a cancellation notice (always provide/maintain a current email address and phone number so that we may notify you of an emergency or cancellation). The Gardens will attempt to reschedule classes cancelled due to an emergency event if possible.