Garden Lifestyle Workshops & ClassesThere’s always something to learn Wingard’s!
Tour of Secluded Gardens
Saturday, June 4, 8:30 a.m. CANCELLED
Secluded Gardens adjoins Wingard’s and is a certified American Hemeroacallis (Daylily) Garden, featuring hundreds of varieties of blooming daylilies, along with many different shade perennials. Come stroll this beautiful garden and get inspired for your own yard, by Gail and Wayne Buff, who are sharing their yard with Wingard’s family of customers!
Be a Bee
Saturday, June 11, 10.00 a.m.
Learn how to create a “bee friendly” backyard from Danny Cannon, of Bee Trail Farms, in Lexington, and see our working hive in our Fresh Produce Market. Scientists say that every third bite of food we take is pollenated by a bee. Currently the bee population around the world is in decline, so the more environment we can create for them, the more we help ourselves.
There is a $10 charge per person for this workshop, but you will be given a $10 certificate to be spent at Wingard’s on June 11th.Register Here
The Mystique of Heirloom Tomatoes
Saturday, June 25, 10.00 a.m.
Generally, any family with a gardener, particularly a parent or grandparent, in the family has heard of has grown heirloom tomatoes, whose seeds were dried and replanted year after year. Today, many gardeners are attracted to heirloom tomato plants for the diversity of color, flavor, and plant type. If you’ve never considered an heirloom tomato plant, you might want to join us for this informative workshop, led by Derrick Gunter, who grows heirloom tomatoes for Wingard’s.
There is a $10 charge per person for this workshop, but you will be given a $10 certificate to be spent at Wingard’s on June 25th.Register Here