Create a Flower Garden in a Jiffy

June 10, 2012 by  

On Saturday, June 23rd, Patrice Hanlon and Susan Handjian will be teaching a class on how to “Create a Flower Garden in a Jiffy”. This event will take place at The Gardens at Heather Farm located at 1540 Marchbanks Drive, in Walnut Creek, California, which is just a short drive from Dublin, California. This event begins at 9:00 am and runs until 10:30am.

Have you ever wanted to create a flowerbed that didn’t take you all day to plan, plant, and water? Patrice Hanlon, GHF’s Garden Manager, and Susan Handjian, GHF Garden Coach and consultant will be on hand to show students how to do this in very little time.

Susan and Patrice will help students draw up a simple plan, customized for the location in the student’s yard, explain how to create a good spot, how to choose the right plants for the location, and about proper watering, mulching, and decorative touches that make your garden stand out. At this class, students will learn about which plants are easy to transplant and care for, as well as what flowers are good for cutting and placing in vases once they bloom. With these two teachers assistance, students will be able to prepare a flowering garden that is appealing to the eye in a jiffy.

Flyer printing may have been used to let the public know this class is taking place. To register for this class, the fee is $20 per person. For additional information, please visit The Gardens at Heather Farm’s website, or drop in to Heather Farm.