Today’s the first day of summer, and here I am getting excited about fall!
I’ve been invited to teach a special, hands-on gardening workshop at the famed Bitters Co. in Skagit Valley. This is going to be a new kind of program for me in that I’ll be teaching a small group of people about design, dividing perennials, preparing a garden for winter and using the right tool for the job at hand.
What I’ll be teaching isn’t new for me, but how and where I’ll be teaching is.
Usually, I travel to a client’s residential garden to teach them at home. And, in these settings, I rarely have more than two or three students (a family) to teach. But, I am accustomed to sharing knowledge with very large groups when I lead nature walks or present at a large garden show.
Like to eat?
The Bitters Co folks will be serving a delicious home-cooked lunch in the garden for everyone.
Need new gardening tools?
We have a number of our top go-to gardening tools that everyone will get to try and almost everyone will get to take home thanks to Fiskars.
Need some new plants?
Since we’ll be dividing perennials, odds are there might be some perennial divisions to take home for your own garden.
Love handmade home & garden decor?
Everyone will have a chance to shop the Bitters Co import barn store while they’re there.
Want some time to recharge away from the city? The Bitters Co property is located smack-dab in the middle of Skagit Valley, which is a gorgeous retreat destination near La Conner, Edison, Mount Vernon and Anacortes. Christianson’s Nursery is just 5 minutes away, so bring your pocketbook. Pack your camera, and get ready to soak in the beauty. Our valley home valley is just plain stunning in late summer.
Want to join us?
Where: Bitters Co in Skagit Valley
When: Saturday, September 16, 2017 11am – 2pm
Cost: We’ve made this program very affordable. At $50/person, it’s a steal. But, we are limiting attendance so I can give everyone attention. Small classrooms matter!
How to sign up: Call (360-466-3550) or email BittersCo to sign up & pay today before we sell out!
I hope to see you there! Robin