Lucia Terry will help participants plan their habitat-sustaining garden with guidance on design and native plant selection for specific soils and exposures.
Lucia Terry of Perennial Point of View and groundcover will talk on native species that will grow well in those particularly difficult places we all have on our properties.
Kathleen Gerdes, a Maine fiber artist & felt maker, will lead you in the creation of needle felted gnomes.
Fall garden work and managing your landscape for healthy plants and critters, all the players.
Could you little one be a groundcover kid?
Does your 3-5 year old kiddo like nature and having fun?
Join us this summer for kid friendly activities & stories.
Each Monday from July 9th until August 13th Kyla will lead an age appropriate nature based activity after the reading of a story with a related theme. Meet at groundcover at 10am for an hour of fun with nature.
The theme & activity will be listed in the events section on our Facebook page, posted the Tuesday prior.
Even though this is geared towards preschool aged kiddos we leave it up to parents to determine if their kiddo (younger or older) would enjoy the activities.
There is no charge for these events. We are happy to spend time nurturing the love of nature.
Parents are required to remain on site during the activities but are welcome to wander the grounds, if their child does not need them
Drop into the shop any time between 12:00 and 3:00 pm and use our pressed and dried botanicals to create either a set of notecards or a table arrangement. Make something for yourself or as a gift.
Set of 4 notecards - $15
Table arrangement - $15
If you have a container that you’d like to use for the arrangement feel free to bring that with you and we will price the final product accordingly.
Join our holiday open house for all kinds of botanical crafting and wreath-making. Kids welcome!
For this year's Ladies' Weekend Out in Bridgton we will have pop-up artisan demos and 10% off store wide... along with botanical treats.
Fiber artist Mary DeLano will teach you the art and craft of Eco-printing; a process where plant materials are placed on specially treated fabric and then steamed to release the pigments in the plants, leaving realistic prints of the plants on the fabric. Participants will learn about which plants print reliably and will have a chance to experiment with other plants.
$60 fee includes all of the materials, class time and taking home your very own eco-printed item. We have room for 10 participants. Preregistration is required to ensure that we have the necessary tools, etc. Contact us for more information or to register.
Learn about cleaning without toxic chemicals and make your own cleaning products from natural and botanical components.
Join us to create your own container tea garden, kitchen garden, or cocktail garden. Just in time for Mother's Day. Part II of the Spring "Turn the Garden Out" workshop series. (Fee)