Kendra's Garden

Spring Newsletter

The spring newsletter is here! Just like that, it's time to think about starting seeds, planning your gardens, and marking your calendars for this season's informatiive classes and seminars. Our guest speakers include renowned gardeners and landscape designers speaking about topics every gardener will find inspiring. Read below for a sneak peek or click here to read the newsletter now!

Professional Planning


Join us on April 27th as we dig into our first feature seminar for the spring season. Jason Mendes will be here to help us plan our gardens like a pro! He will share photos of the gardens he's created, share what has worked well and what hasn't, and provide expert knowledge of our growing area. He will have several informative handouts and will even discuss your garden if you bring a few photos with you. Jason is one of the top gardeners in the area, you won't want to miss this. For more information or to sign up, please see the schedule below.

Seed Sharing - Beginner


Join us on May 2nd for a fun filled seminar on seed sharing. Natelli L. will share information on where to find seeds, how to store them, and when to plant.

Seed Sharing - Advanced


Join us on May 9th for a continuation of Natelli's seminar about seed sharing. She will be sharing her secrets on how to procure hard to find heirloom tomato seeds and family treasured seeds.

Class Schedule

We have several classes scheduled this spring ranging from how to plant bulbs to preventing pests, not to mention our feature seminars - Professional Planning and Seed Starting.

Flower Exchange

Do you have too many daffodils? Do you need more daffodils? Join our exchange program. Please see the sign up sheet for full details.

Have a Question?

Log onto our question and answer forum where like minded gardeners get help on everything gardening. Sign up is required for full access.

Open Gardens

Do you need some inspiration? There are several locals who open their gardens to visitors on the second Saturday of the month. Several new additions this year.
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Gardening Clubs

Offering a wealth of knowledge, local Garden Clubs are always welcoming new members. To find more information, browse our updated club list.
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We know of several good volunteer organizations waiting for gardeners of all ages to teach, mentor, and share their skills with others.
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