Complimentary Evening Gardening Webinars at Christianson’s
Summer is nearly here and learning more about gardening has never been easier! As we move through the uncertainty of entering into the subsequent phases, Christianson’s Evening Gardening Classes will continue as complimentary webinar offerings during the evenings of early and mid-summer. Christianson’s Evening Gardening Classes will occur on the first and third Wednesdays in June, July, and August, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. All evening webinars require registration through a link found on our Classes & Workshops page at ChristiansonsNursery.com, along with downloadable handouts and on-demand links after each broadcast.
Click on the links below to register today for a complimentary webinar.
Our maximum capacity for each webinar is limited100 attendees, and it is a first-come-first-serve style of registration. For those unable to attend, presentation links will be available below each webinar afterward.
For technical support, please contact us.
Raised Bed Gardening
complimentary Zoom webinar
Learn how to build a raised bed with minimal materials, equipment, and cost. Understand all the basic aspects of creating and maintaining a raised bed garden by adapting foundational horticultural concepts to suit your specific circumstances. Local owner and avid agriculturist, Sarah Wagstaff of SUOT Farm and Flowers, will give you the confidence you need to create a beautiful, productive growing space that will last for years. Visit Sarah’s new retail store SUOT Floral Studio in Burlington, where the fruits of her labor are sold. Directions are in her bio@SuotFarm on Instagram.
Summer Care for Roses
complimentary Zoom webinar
Although many new rose varieties are disease resistant, all roses are susceptible to black spot and other bothersome pests. Rosarian Jeff Wyckoff presents methods for keeping your roses healthy and blooming throughout the summer.
Floral Arranging; From Garden to Vase
“We are in the midst of a locally grown flower renaissance in the Skagit Valley. People are drawn to flower designs that look as though they were gathered straight from the garden.” -Kelli Walker
Learn to create a beautiful floral design using fresh-cut flowers from your garden! In our newest class offering, we are excited to feature local owner and floral designer Kelli Walker from Country Bouquets Floral to demonstrate the assembly of a floral arrangement using fresh-cut flowers straight from the garden. Transfer Kelli’s visual template to make floral inspirations for your home table or an unexpected garden gift for others.
Follow Kelli on Instagram @CountryBouquetsFloral.