We are proud to offer events and seminars that will teach, entertain and inform our customers.  Our events range from Saturday classes on gardening, decorating, birding, pest control, miniatures and more, to monthly garden club meetings, to fun, family friendly events.  Our speakers and teachers are professionals in their fields.

Join us every day for one on one tips and advice for all your gardening needs.  Just ask for one of our knowledgeable sales associates.  Get a jump on fall planting with a Quick Sketch by our resident Landscape Designer. Click here for more information. 

Farmhouse Chic Decorating, – Saturday, February 18, 10am
Do you love the look but don’t know where to start?  Join our designer Regina as she shows you how to incorporate farmhouse & industrial décor into every room in your home. 



Preparing Your Garden For Spring Success – Saturday, February 25, 10am
It’s time to get your flower and vegetable gardens ready for a bountiful spring and summer! There are so many simple tips, tricks, and chores that can be done NOW to make your garden much easier to take care of later, and with a more productive return.  We will also cover how and when to start your garden from seeds.

Zen Gardening– Saturday, March 4, 10am
 Your garden and landscape can be relaxing for you AND good for the environment. Learn about plants and accessories that Zen Gardeners love and how easy it is to incorporate them into your landscape. 

Soil Testing Day – Saturday, March 4, 10am to 2pm
 Get your soil tested for successful gardening. Dig down about 2 inches deep from 3-4 areas of your yard or garden. Put the samples in a baggie and bring it in for an instant analysis and some expert advice. (Your sample should not be too wet or too dry)

Creating “Vignettes” With Live and Silk – Saturday, March 11, 10am
 What is a Vignette? Our designers will show you their latest ideas on creating beautiful, unique home décor using live plants alongside silk picks and accessories for easy, beautiful collections.


Sustainable Landscaping – Saturday, March 18, 10am
 With Author Susan Valamoff
Learn from the authority on how to restore the local ecology while creating a stunning landscape.  Susan has written Sustainable Gardening For The Southeast and looks forward to inspiring us to transform our yards into planet-friendly landscapes.

Growing Roses, Care and Essentials – Saturday, March 25, 10am
 With Gwinnett Rose Society’s Henry Everett
Roses don’t have to be scary! With some helpful tips and tricks, you can grow one or one hundred roses with ease!


Fruit Trees In Your Landscape – Saturday, May 6, 10am
 With Registered Landscape Architect Bruce Holliday
Incorporate beauty and bounty into your landscape with a few fruit trees perfect for our southern yards.