Succulents are awesome plants. They are very easy to care for and can add texture and color inside or outside of your home. This class will discuss the basics of succulent care and design. After the discussion, you will be invited to create your own succulent container. Louise Lannoye, our own succulent expert, will be available for any questions you have.
Getting the Garden Ready for Spring with Janet Macunovich
Sunday, Apr. 08 - 2pm
Even if your garden makes you happy just as it is, there are things you can do in early spring to make the whole season easier and the garden more lush. Shrubs, trees, groundcover beds and lawn benefit from your attention in the spring, and repay you with reduced needs in summer. It's also a wonderful time to rearrange or expand a perennial garden. Professional gardener and author Janet Macunovich will help you start off on that right foot toward a great season.
Cooking with Herbs: The Cook's Garden of Colorful Culinaries with Carol Czechowski
Saturday, Apr. 14 - 11am
We are honored to have Carol Czechowski, a member of Michigan Herb Associates and The Herb Society of America, join us for a discussion on herbs. Carol has been a backyard herb gardener for over 30 years. From the Emperor Charlemagne to the Shakers, everyone who was anyone at all maintained a kitchen garden. Appropriate plants, growing conditions, and use will be suggested for developing a culinary garden.
After her discussion, you will be invited to create your own herb garden.
Vegetable Gardening Basics
Sunday, Apr. 15 - 1pm
Patty Watkins will discuss vegetable basics for home gardeners. How and when can you grow from seed indoors? What vegetables grow best in containers? How do you keep away garden critters? What vegetables can you start growing now? Please bring your questions!
The Black Sheep Weavers are back for their Fibers & Flowers Sale at Bogie Lake Greenhouses! Shop a variety of homemade art for gifting to moms, grads, and other special people. The members have been very busy creating beautiful fiber art for this special event.
The Black Sheep Weavers Fiber Guild artists are known across southeastern Michigan for creating original fiber art of exceptional quality. Visit www.blacksheepweavers.com for more information.
15% off any materials used in containers related to discussion
Feel free to bring in any materials you have from home
Refreshments served during classes
All ages welcome
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Quality is a daily priority at Bogie Lake and we take it very seriously.
Therefore, 90% of our plants are grown on our property from start to finish. This enables us to better control the condition of the plants from the time they are transplanted until each one is sold. Numerous years of experience, a passion for sharing our knowledge with our customers, and the relaxed attitude of our owners make walking through the doors of Bogie Lake Greenhouses an experience only to be equalled by strolling through the beauty of nature itself.