Seed Starting Workshop: Wildflower & Pollinator Gardens

Saturday, February 19, 2022 - 11:00am to 12:00pm

Online Class via Zoom only; Materials included and available for pickup at Botanic Garden beginning on February 4. 

Curate your own pollinator garden! Learn to stratify wildflower seeds and wake them from their slumber.

Wildflower gardens can offer a lower-maintenance option to your landscape while also attracting pollinators like butterflies and bees. Learn how to prepare, plant and cultivate a seed mix for wildflower gardening from Garden horticulturist Matthew Southall.

Materials are included with class registration and include a variety of seeds, potting mix and small plastic container for growing seeds.  Seeds include: Echinacea purpurea, Gaillardia pulchella, Ammi majus, Chrysanthemum carinatum (painted daisy), Cosmos bipinnatus, Asclepias syriaca, Zinnia elegans, Collinsia heterophylla, Foeniculum vulgare, Coreopsis, Centaurea (bachelor's button), Cosmos sulphereus, and Clarkia.

Materials kit must be picked up at the Garden Visitor Center between Friday, Feb. 4 and the Friday before the class during Garden hours: Tues.-Sun, 12 – ​5 p.m. 

A Zoom link for class participants will be emailed out to class participants.
$26 member /$30 non-member

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Other Seed Starting Workshops:

Advanced Seed Harvesting & Starting – Feb. 26

Seed Starting: Vegetables – March 5

Seed Starting 101 – March 12