Limited tickets! On May 22 at beautiful Next To Nature Farm, we will learn to make Summer Porch Pots. You will also learn how to plant, how to care for them, the soil to use and how to water and how to keep them going all summer. Be the envy of the neighborhood! This is a fun and informative make and take class.
We will plant these in 10-12 inch pulp pots that you can pop into your current porch pots or you will leave with the knowledge to plant them into your pots current soil. These are very sturdy so you can even set them out for months without them breaking down, or use them again for transplanting or gardening.
This class gives you some room for creativity so you will have a great selection of fun shade and sun summer annuals. All grown organically in KS and included in the price of the ticket. Pictures are pots I have done around KC and you will learn the my thoughts and tricks and take one home. There is also a picture of the pulp pot to avoid confusion.
This class is taught by Jennifer Storr, owner of Branch and Bloom and is a local Certified Arborist that takes care of high-end landscapes and plants around KC. Please check out my website at; www.branchandbloomkc.com or Facebook and insta @branchandbloomkc.com for more examples of her work.
This event is rain or shine and will follow all COVID-19 guidelines. We will either be outside under the patio or inside depending on the weather but I always recommend to dress in layers and if you prefer garden gloves to bare hands please bring them. Planting pots is good clean fun with dirt!
Tickets are non-refundable however if there is some unforeseen problem or act of God to cancel this class, these will be delivered to your door as a DIY project complete with all the materials needed and instructions in a presentation and online.
Join us at Next to Nature Farm on May 8 (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) to celebrate our 1st anniversary of opening our Farm Store! We will have lots of family-friendly activities including:
Come out an celebrate spring with us and enjoy the day on the farm!