Green Saturday Plant Sale & Workshops
Saturday, June 6 & 7, 2020
May 1st-7th Members only can order plants early
May 8th-June 1st Public may order plants
Come and help us kick-off our season with the best plant sale in Wausau!
In lieu of an event and to encourage all to practice social distancing we will be taking orders via mail in with scheduled, no contact, pick-ups at the Gardens on the 6th and 7th of June.
We will still offer the same high quality plants grown by Morning Glory Gardens. Members will receive order forms on May 1st to order plants early. The forms will be made available on this page and through our Facebook page to the public May 8th.
Workshops will be offered throughout the day by video to get you ready for the growing season.
Thank you to our plant sponsor Morning Glory Gardens.
Workshops will be held online.
Workshops are free for members, and $10 for non-members.
To access the workshops please RSVP by calling 715-261-6309 or complete this form. Once you've RSVP'd you'll receive a link to view the workshop at its designated time.
8:30-9:30am Composting, presented by Hsu's Garden Supply
Deb Shaw with Hsu's Garden Supply will cover the basics of home composting, it's benefits, and uses.
9:30-10:30am Crafting Your Container, presented by Marissa Ashbeck
Get tips on setting up and planning your planters and containers for the porch or patio with Marissa Ashbeck, Monk Botanical Gardens' new horticulturist. Learn techniques for creating large planters that are still easy to move or maintain, and get tips for choosing the right container for the different locations and plant types. What soil do you want? Do you need a drainage hole? These questions and more will be answered!
10:30-11:30am Adaptive Gardening, presented by Hannah Marti
Hannah Marti, medical student at the Medical College of Wisconsin-Central Wisconsin, will present the benefits of gardening to health and happiness, different adaptive gardening tools and techniques that can be used in any garden, and a chance to get your hands in the dirt planting some marigolds using the tools from her Adaptive Gardening Toolbag.