Upcoming Workshop — Beginning Grape Vines, May 26, 1–5 p.m., $40–45

Grapes are one of the oldest cultivars, with roots going back over 8,000 years. They have been grown around the globe and can survive in Wisconsin with a little TLC. Grapes can be a long-lasting investment and require thoughtful siting and annual care and pruning. In return they provide a flexible fruit suitable for the … More Upcoming Workshop — Beginning Grape Vines, May 26, 1–5 p.m., $40–45

CANCELED — Upcoming Workshop: Maintaining and Using Garden Shears, Pruners, Clippers, and Loppers, April 28, $50–60

UNFORTUNATELY THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELED PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR UPCOMING EVENTS Many people believe that if a tool crushes through a twig that its good enough, but good pruners and gardeners know that a clean cut is vital to the recovery and health of the plant.  Plus, a sharp pair of pruners makes the … More CANCELED — Upcoming Workshop: Maintaining and Using Garden Shears, Pruners, Clippers, and Loppers, April 28, $50–60

Upcoming Workshop: Planting, Grafting, and Pruning Apple Trees, April 22, $35/40

Apples are one of the world’s most popular fruit trees, but they are especially important in American history. At previous times, the government required homesteaders to plant an apple orchard to prove their investment in their land. The prohibitionist’s axe was for cutting down apple trees, as cider was as popular as beer up until … More Upcoming Workshop: Planting, Grafting, and Pruning Apple Trees, April 22, $35/40