Add Color to that Shade Landscape 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233
Iris Show 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233
Rose Care Made Easy 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233
The Richmond Rose Society talks about the top ten roses for the Richmond area.
Starting a Backyard Compost 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233
Learn how to make your own black gold for the garden. Henrico Master Garderners
Curb Appeal 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233 Is the outside of your home ready for a make over? Speaker: Mary with Manchester Garden
Vegetable Gardening Made Easy 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233
Learn how to successfully grow vegetables from a backyard, raised bed or just a balcony. Guest speaker Betsy from Light Foot Gardening
Organic Garden: How to Grow With Nature 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233
Japanese Maples in the Ground or in Containers 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233 Let us show you the best plants for year round interest and color. Speaker: Louis with Williford Nursery
Blooming Days 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233 It's time again for Blooming Days, Strange's annual event celebrating the oncoming Spring. Enjoy free lectures and demonstrations on gardening, plus join in crafts with the Children's Museum on Sunday.
Early Spring Lawn Care 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233 It's never too early to be thinking about lawn care. We'll share our tips and tricks for a beautiful green lawn.
Screening Plants Make Better Neighbors 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233 Ensure the privacy of yourself and your neighbors when you invest in screening plants.
Easter Egg Hunt 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233 3313 Mechanicsville Pike. Richmond, VA 23223 Join Strange's for this traditional Easter activity, and bring the kids to hunt for eggs among the plants and flowers. W. Broad Mechanicsville Pike
Cool Weather Vegetables 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233
It's time again to start thinking about vegetable season! Let Strange's start you off with vegetables for early Spring.
Dividing Perennials 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233
Want or need to divide perennials in your garden and don't know where to start? Strange's will point you in the right direction.
Backyard Fairy Gardens 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233 The magic of fairy gardens isn't limited to the indoors! Our container garden expert, Susan, explores fairy gardens for the backyard.
Seed Starting Indoor and Out 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233 Gardening from seed is a rewarding experience, and Strange's will show you how to get started.
February 22-24 The 2013 Orchid Show 12111 West Broad Street. Richmond, VA 23233
Over 600 orchids displayed in Hawaiian-themed exhibits.
February 2nd 10am - 4pm Dog Days in the Garden Bring in your leashed dog for a day of fun with contests, demonstrations and raffles. Click here for more info.
January 27th 11am Bonsai Gardening Enjoy this tutorial on Bonsai tree planting and care.
January 27th 2 pm Easy Houseplants No fuss ways to add beautiful greenery to your home.
January 19th 10am Kids Craft: Garden Stepping Stones Kids will enjoy making & designing their very own garden stepping stone.
January 19th 1 pm Winter Landscape Color Brighten up your winter landscape with colorful, winter-hardy plants.
January 12th 10am Fairy Gardening Come one, come all, for a demonstration of this popular activity!
January 12th 1 pm Hypertufa Container Enjoy this hands on workshop making your own Hypertufa container.
December 16th 11am Bonsai Workshop with Todd Build a beautiful bonsai to take home in this hands on workshop. Its a great gift idea! Class has a $20 fee for supplies provided, and a 20 person limit. Please register to reserve a spot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 804-360-2800.
December 16th 2pm - Class is FULL Fairy Garden Workshop with Susan Join Susan for this hands on workshop to make a miniature fairy garden to take home. Its a great gift idea! Class has a $30 fee for supplies, which includes a 10-inch pot, potting mix, a selection of miniature plants, and miniature pebbles for paths. Additional miniature items available to purchase if you desire. Class has 10 person limit, so please register to reserve a spot by emailing email@example.com or call 804-360-2800.
December 8th - 10am class is full 10am & 2pm Wreath Making Make your own live wreath this year! Class has a $25 fee for supplies provided and a 10 person limit. Please register to reserve a spot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 804-360-2800.
December 9th 1pm Wreath Making Make your own live wreath this year! Class has a $25 fee for supplies provided and a 10 person limit. Please register to reserve a spot by emailing email@example.com or call 804-360-2800.
December 1st 10am & 2pm - BOTH CLASSES FULL Wreath Making Make your own live wreath this year! Each class has a $25 fee for supplies provided and a 10 person limit. Please register to reserve a spot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 804-360-2800.
December 2nd 1pm Wreath Making - FULL Make your own live wreath this year! Class has a $25 fee for supplies provided and a 10 person limit. Please register to reserve a spot by emailing email@example.com or call 804-360-2800.
November 18th 11:00 am How to Create a Festive Container Garden Learn how to liven up your container gardens for the holidays.
October 20th 10am Hypertufa Container Workshop with Michael It's time for another round of this popular hands on class! It's easy to make your own hypertufa container, and it can be used to plant almost anything. Class has $20 fee for supplies provided, and has a 20 person limit. Please register to reserve a spot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call 804-360-2800.
October 21st 2pm Bonsai Workshop with Todd Bonsai make great gifts or as Fall decor for your home. Build your own beautiful bonsai in this hands on workshop. Class has a $20 fee for supplies provided, and has a 20 person limit. Please register to reserve a spot by emailing email@example.com or call 804-360-2800.
October 13th 10am Great Plants for Fall Color with Mickey If you want your garden to come alive in the Fall with bright reds and oranges, look no further than this class, which highlights the best plants for fall color.
October 13th 2pm Pumpkin Carving with Zain Join Zain and Strange's for some tips on how to master this classic Fall activity.
October 6th 10am Beginner Backyard Chickens with Besty Trice of Lightfoot Garden Interested in fresh eggs from your own backyard? Betsy shows you how easy it can be!
October 6th 2pm Kids Crafts: Garden Stone with Adam & Brandy Bring the kids for a fun craft just for them! Let them decorate their own garden stone to add to your garden.
September 29th 10am Four Season Gardening with Michael & Megan Our knowledgable nursery team love gardens that display interest all year round, and will go over plants that can help you acheive this.
September 29th 2pm Screening Plants with Craig from Monrovia Add screening plants to your home to be better neighbors and have more privacy!
September 23rd 11am Fairy Gardening with Susan Every gardener knows about the secret world of fairies! Susan shows you how to create a garden just for them.
September 23rd 2pm Fall Container Gardening with Susan For those who couldn't make the Sept 2nd class, here's a round two of fantastic container combinations just for Fall.
September 22nd 10am Fall Lawn Care with Anthony from Wyatt Seed Cooler temperatures and more rainfall means a whole new season of caring for your lawn. Anthony is our local grass seed expert, ready to help you grow your best lawn.
September 22nd 2pm Mole and Voles with Tom Strange's has lots of different methods of stopping mole and vole damage; let Tom review the best ones for the job.
September 8th 10am Terrarium Building with Allison & Bridgette Interested in building your own terrarium? Take this tutorial to get great ideas on what to plant.
September 8th 2pm Boxwoods for the Landscape with Beth Scott Add stately beauty to the landscape with this overview on boxwoods.
September 9th 2pm Fall Vegetable Gardening with Chris Break out the broccoli and lettuce, its time for another round of fall vegetable gardening! Let Chris share Strange's tricks for getting the best from your edible garden.
September 2nd 2pm Fall Container Gardening with Susan Led by our container gardening guru, Susan will demonstrate fantastic container combinations for Fall.
June 16, 2012 - Low Flow Watering with Drip Irrigation Hosted by Tom
Water your garden with ease this summer as Tom demonstrates how to set up a drip irrigration system. Watering your plants more slowly for a longer period of time allows roots to become more firmly established, resulting in healthier plants.
June 9, 2012 at 10am - Drought Tolerant Perennials Hosted by Megan
Megan shares what plants you can add to your yard to enjoy low maintenance gardening for years to come.
June 2, 2012 at 10am - Antiquing the Garden Hosted by Sam Harris
Let Sam's design sensibilities inspire you for new ideas in the garden.
June 2, 2012 at 2pm - Hypertufa Containers Hosted by Michael
The popular, hands on class of making your own hypertufa container is back! Hypertufa is a lightweight container, made from a mix of peat moss, Portland cement, perlite and water. If you have them, please bring in any of your old plastic pots or container to use as a mold. There is a $5 fee. Please register for this class by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Limit of 20 people, so get your name in quick!
April 7, 2012 at 10am - Easter Egg Hunt Hosted by Strange's
Bring the kids to our W. Broad St. or Mechanicsville Tpk locations for an old-fashioned egg hunt among the plants and flowers.
April 7, 2012 at 12pm - Grow Your Own Potatoes & Onions Hosted by Ryan
Learn how easy it is to grow your own root vegetables.
April 7, 2012 at 2pm - Native Wildflowers for Spring Hosted by Sam Saunders of Saunders Brothers Nursery
Want low hassle beauty in your garden? Consider native wildflowers this Spring.
March 24, 2012 at 10am - Backyard Fragrance Garden Hosted by Michael
Want to step into your own backyard oasis? Learn more about fragrant plants for your garden with this introduction.
March 24, 2012 at 2pm - Spring Lawn Care Hosted by Tom
Maintain a beautiful yard this year with this overview on the best products to use on your lawn.
March 17, 2012 at 10am - Moles, Voles & Deer Control Hosted by Tom
Get educated on ways to protect your garden this spring from common pests, like moles, voles and deer.
March 17, 2012 at 2pm - Four Seasons of Color Hosted by Michael
Attend this class to get an overview of plants that will beautify your garden, displaying color all year round.
March 10, 2012 at 9am - Wildlife Rehab: Introduction to Raising Orphaned Birds Hosted by Mickey
Basic beginner's course focuses on the rehabilitation of "beginner" species and basics on "intermediate" species of orphaned birds commonly seen in Virginia. Class is designed for the new rehabilitator. $25 fee. Please register by phone 540-942-9453 or email email@example.com. Phoenix: A Wildlife Alliance members receive a $5 discount per class, or attend both classes for $30.
March 10, 2012 at 1pm - Wildlife Rehab: Wildlife Emergency Stabilization Hosted by Mickey
Essential class for any rehabilitator who will be treating injured or adult wildlife. Class is designed for those with rehabilitation permits. $20 fee. Please register by phone 540-942-9453 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Phoenix: A Wildlife Alliance members receive a $5 discount per class, or attend both classes for $30.
March 3, 2012 at 10am - Monrovia 2012 Hosted by Monrovia Representative
Get a first look at some of the new products Monrovia has to offer for this 2012 gardening season, plus a highlight of tried and true Monrovia favorites.
March 3, 2012 at 2pm - Planting for Wildlife Hosted by Mickey
Learn some of the plants that attract wildlife, such as birds and deer, to create your own ecosystem.
February 24 from 12pm to 9pm February 25 from 8am to 6pm February 26 from 10am to 5pm
12111 West Broad St.
View the orchid show judging all day Friday. The Friday Night Gala kicks off at 6pm and lasts until 9pm. Get a look at our award-winning orchids and their displays, plus enjoy refreshments and music. Only $5 at the door.
Stop by Saturday and Sunday to learn about orchid care, view unique homegrown and exotic orchids, browse art and flower vendors and become inspired to grow your very own orchid. Both days are FREE to the public.
Keys to Successful Orchid Culture
Selecting & Growing Slipper Orchids
Cool Growing Orchids in Warm Climates
Choosing an Orchid to Grow in Your Home
Your Blooming Orchid Finished Flowering...Now What?
Popular Orchids and Growing Them in Your Home
Slipper Orchids for Your Windowsill
Keys to Successful Orchid Culture
Cool Growing Orchids in Warm Climates
Common Orchid Pests and Remedies
February 18, 2012 at 10am - Make Your Own Hypertufa Container Hosted by Michael
Hypertufa containers are easy to make, lightweight, and add an attractive stone look to your garden. This free class will give you the materials to make your own, plus a demonstration on creating a minature or fairy garden in your container.
February 18, 2012 at 2pm - Eat the Fruits - And Vegetables! - Of Your Labor Hosted by Chris
2011 has come and gone, and it's time to ready that soil for another round of gardening. This class will provide an overview of edible garden planting, from preparing the space to popular crops for early spring and summer.
February 19, 2012 at 10am - Your Very Own Bonsai Hosted by Todd
There's nothing more stately than a beautiful bonsai tree, and we think everyone should have one in their homes. For a $20 fee, we provide you with the plant, pot and soil so you can take home your very own bonsai, plus tips on how to care for them. Only 10 spaces available please email email@example.com or call 804-360-2800 to register.
February 19, 2012 at 2pm - The World of Terrariums Hosted by Allison
It's easy to create your own little world in a terrarium, making it into your own mini greenhouse, jungle or even home for a frog. Easily customizable, terrariums offer a lot to a small space, and this demonstration will show you just how easy it is.
February 11, 2012 at 10am - Think Spring Container Gardens Hosted by Susan
It's still considered winter, but that doesn't mean we can't get our helping of spring color! This demonstration will show you how to make your winter container garden as fun as spring, plus how to prepare for when spring does arrive.
February 11, 2012 at 2pm - Winter Pruning Hosted by Michael
Join us for this hands on demonstration with a certified horticulturist on pruning. Learn how to prune roses, trees, grasses, butterfly bushes, or anything else we can find in the landscape.
February 4, 2012 at 2pm - Ten Easy Houseplants Hosted by Allison
Whether you over or under water, have too much light or not enough, our houseplants expert shows you ten plants perfect for your house.
February 4, 2012 at 10am - Winter Garden Interest & Color Hosted by Michael
Liven up your winter garden with an introduction to cold hardy plants that gain interest, displaying flowers, attractive foliage and stems, and/or fragrance.
January 8, 2012 11am - 5pm - Wedding Expo
Come visit us at the Richmond Bridal Showcase this Sunday and allow us the opportunity to show you our new wedding floral designs.
The first 500 brides to attend will receive a one year subscription to Brides Magazine. Plus, every bride can register to win thousands of dollars in gifts and prizes, including a honeymoon cruise.
December 11th at 1 p.m. - Wreath Making Hosted by Megan Lacey Both classes on the 11th have been filled. For a fee of $25, we provide the basics you need to create your own wreath! Additional embellishments will be available for a price. Maximum of 10 people per seminar. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone number to reserve your space.
December 10th at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. - Wreath Making Hosted by Megan Lacey Both classes on the 10th have been filled. For a fee of $25, we provide the basics you need to create your own wreath! Additional embellishments will be available for a price. Maximum of 10 people per seminar. Please email email@example.com with your name and phone number to reserve your space.
Celebrate the birth of a newborn baby girl with pink flowers and cuddly teddy bear.