This ever popular class is jam-packed with information that will inspire you to start your own seeds and give you confidence to raise your own cool weather crops. There is a $10 fee to attend and we appreciate your RSVP, as this class tends to get larger every year. You will be planting a tray of seeds to take home.
Learn from Patti who has been growing her own 10+ raised beds for 20 years. She’ll share her tips for easily creating raised beds and successfully growing in raised beds and containers. You’ll learn all about soils, vegetables and herbs, as well as edible flowers. Don’t miss her demo! Join our Facebook Event.
Whether you’re new to gardening or if you’re simply looking to sharpen your skills, you’ll learn a lot in our Pruning & Spring Checklist Workshop!
NH Certified Landscape Professionals Rick Simpson of Rolling Green Nursery and Paul James of Landscape Matters, will present professional best practices for pruning. Dave Steadman, International Society Arboriculture Certified Arborist of North East Shade Tree will take you on a site walk to identify tree hazards and tips to improve vigor and health.
Join our “Make & Take” Workshop this Saturday, April 13, and make a Spring or Easter Container filled to the brim with spring bulbs, herbs and annuals. Come by at either 10:30 a.m. or 2:00 p.m. for professional instruction, or drop in anytime before 3PM to DIY. No fuss, no mess – soil, plants, and containers are purchased a la carte and you go home with something gorgeous and personal for yourself or to give as a holiday gift —
We will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20, starting at 10:30AM sharp. Mark your calendars for a morning of outdoor fun with the kids. Arrive early for a photo opportunity with Peter Rabbit! We will also be making pollinator seed balls for you to take home with you. Please RSVP on our Facebook Events Page.
Get an early start on your spring garden and join us in our Seed Starting Workshop! We’ll be starting warm season vegetables, herbs, and flowers that thrive in warmer temperatures. Learn from Patti, as she leads a lecture and hands on Make & Take activity. Patti will share her expertise to tell you what you need to know to sprout, grow and nurture your plants. RSVP on Eventbrite or join our Facebook Event.
As an official sponsor of Plant Something NH Weekend, we’re celebrating by hosting some free, fun, family-friendly activities on both Saturday and Sunday. Click the event title above to get full details.
On Saturday, June 1, 10am – 2pm, our friend Heather Poire from Bailey Nurseries will present Hydrangea Mania, a free presentation on demystifying hydrangeas, and how to properly care for and prune them. She will also introduce the *NEW For 2019* Summer Crush Endless Summer Hydrangea!
Join us for this fresh air class where our NH-certified professional landscapers will cover proper perennial care, including how to deadhead to prolong bloom, to encourage re-bloom, and to improve overall aesthetic appearance.
After spending the morning with us, you’ll go back to your garden armed with tips for fortifying plants against drought, how to control plant height, and better “flower power” methods!
We always make time for questions and answers throughout the class and can advise on your unique garden needs.
We tallied our final numbers for the Sale & Silent Auction we hosted on June 15, and we are very, very happy to announce that YOU raised $3,521 to benefit Families First! You broke the record too! That is the largest donation amount this event has ever generated in its 9-year history.
Through the event’s overbids and tickets sales, you were able to provide a very nice donation to support a vital health center providing critical services to families and individuals across the Seacoast.
Watch your fingers! It’s time for our annual Carnivorous Plant Day! (Just kidding – your fingers won’t be harmed.) Steve Branchaud, a plant enthusiast with extensive knowledge growing award-winning carnivorous plants, and a beloved employee here at Rolling Green Nursery, will teach us about these extraordinary plants — many of them native to new England. He will explain what and how they eat, and share some fun facts and professional care techniques.
Here are the topics he will cover in class:
As part of our Garden School Series, please join us for a presentation on pollinators of New England with Joe Marttila, owner of SeaBee Honey in Rye, NH. They manage numerous apiaries in towns such as Epping, Stratham, Exeter, Rye, Hampton Falls and North Hampton with the mission to preserve both pollinators and farmland in the Seacoast.
He will give you a basic understanding of honey bees and other native pollinators, and explain why pollinators play such a critical role in the ecosystem.
On Saturday, September 21, we will be hosting our Annual Sale & Silent Auction to benefit Seacoast Family Promise.
As part of our free Garden School Series, Heidi M. in our Perennial department will teach you how to put your garden to bed for winter. And Beth will teach you how to choose and plant spring bulbs!
As part of our free Garden School Series, come learn how to prepare your raised beds for winter, and how you can easily grow garlic in them for a great spring crop.
With great affection and appreciation for our customers, we’re having a party!