Hanging Basket Workshop

Saturday 6 May 2017 10:00am - 12:00pmTickets not yet available
Saturday 6 May 2017 1:30pm - 3:30pmTickets not yet available
$65, $55 Member

Location: Greenhouse & Meet on the Visitor Center Second Floor

Part of: Garden Events

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Add a new focal point to your garden with a beautiful hanging basket full of bright annuals! 

Moss-lined hanging basket

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Join the fun in this hands-on workshop and create a beautiful fourteen-inch moss-lined hanging basket, filled with an array of pink and purple or orange and yellow flowers and ornamental foliage.

Alone, or paired with a container garden from the workshops on May 13 and herb garden  from the workshops on May 20, you’ll have blooms to savor all season.

To thrive, these baskets will require a sunny location with a minimum of four to six hours of sun, and a sturdy hook or bracket to hang from.

 All supplies are included in this workshop, and latex gloves are available. (You're welcome to bring your own gloves if you'd prefer.)  Baskets are a bit tricky to transport but an old blanket or two in your trunk makes for an easy clean up and provides a way to help cradle your basket during the drive home. 

Payment is required in advance due to materials fees, and is non-refundable. This program is limited to eight people, and must have a minimum of four participants to take place.  In the event that the workshop is cancelled, participants may choose to participate in another session.

About the Instructor

Drew Asbury is Hillwood’s head grower. He joined Hillwood in 2012 and is responsible for the greenhouses, the cutting garden, and the horticulture volunteer program. Drew has worked professionally in the horticulture industry for nearly twenty years in a variety of positions including garden center sales, greenhouse growing, and landscape management and design. Drew graduated from the Longwood Gardens professional gardener training program in 2006 and is currently working on his Master’s degree in landscape design from George Washington University.

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