Events, Seminars & Workshops

Fall Gardening Checklist

Fall may seem like a time when the garden is winding down but there is still plenty to do! Join us to learn what to do now to save you time next spring and keep your garden looking great the rest of the season! Here are just a few of the items on our fall checklist that will be discussed:

• Lawn Care
• Transitioning your combination planters
• Adding plants for fall color
• Cutting back/pruning

Date
September 8th • 10am

Location
Rochester Hills, Clarkston, Grand Blanc, Brighton

Cost
FREE

Fall Container Make & Take

Add stunning fall color to your landscape with this gorgeous combination planter! Bring your gloves to create this beautiful container, then take it home to enjoy.

Container includes: plastic pot, potting soil, 6” Mum, Ornamental Pepper,
Ornamental Cabbage, Ivy & Juncus Grass.
Color of plants will vary depending on availability.
Limit 30 - Sign up now!

*Picture shown is to give an idea of how the pot will look when mature*

Date
Rochester Hills • 10am • September 15th
Clarkston • 10am • September 15th
Grand Blanc • 10am • September 15th
Brighton • 10am • September 15th

Location
Rochester Hills, Clarkston, Grand Blanc, Brighton

Cost
$30.00

Fairy Garden Make & Take

Come join in the fairy fun! Make this magical fairy garden you see pictured to enjoy at home! Choice of plants and fairies will vary based on availability. Mushrooms and table set will be offered in a variety of colors.

Limit 30 - Sign up now!

Date
Rochester Hills • 10am • September 22nd
Clarkston • 10am • September 22nd
Grand Blanc • 10am • September 22nd
Brighton • 10am • September 22nd

Location
Rochester Hills, Clarkston, Grand Blanc, Brighton

Cost
$35.00

To Prune or Not to Prune?

Knowing when and how to prune your plants properly may seem a little overwhelming, but with some guidance from our Purple People you will be confident maintaining the established plants in your landscape. Pruning at the correct time is key. The focus will be on which plants can be pruned now and what needs to wait until the winter or spring.

Date
September 29th • 10am

Location
Rochester Hills, Clarkston, Grand Blanc, Brighton

Cost
FREE

Four Season’s Bonsai Club

Bonsai is a difficult hobby to learn on your own. Horticulturally, bonsai need specialized care that differs from most other potted plants. Artistically, they come from an (at least) 1,400 year-old heritage. No one can know it all. No one can be an expert at every species, every established style. Books can only take you so far. Whether you’re looking for long-term help to increase your bonsai skills or just want to attend a single meeting for a bit of advice, Four Seasons Bonsai Club is here to help.

Meetings are held at Bordine's in Rochester Hills

Date
Sunday September 24th

Location
Rochester Hills

Cost
FREE