April Gardening Events at Pike Nurseries | Seeking The Weekend

Who is looking to get outside and get their hands dirty? I love growing my own vegetables and tending to my garden, and now that Spring has sprung – the prime time to nurture a beautiful, green garden! Throughout the month of April, Pike Nurseries is welcoming all guests who enjoy playing in the dirt for a variety of FREE gardening classes and events to encourage a thriving growing season. Those looking to ramp up radiance this season will learn the perks plants receive from helpful insects, how to grow red, juicy tomato gardens, attend gardening connoisseur Walter Reeves’ remote broadcast of The Lawn and Garden Show and much more! With in-house expert advice and materials aplenty, Pike Nurseries is set to help all gardeners turn April showers into beautiful, bright spring blooms!

Growing Tomatoes 
Saturday, April 7 at 9-11 a.m. at all Pike Nurseries locations

Gardeners can easily save money and time by growing tomatoes right in their own backyards! A colorful addition to the garden and plate, tomatoes are the perfect burst of fresh taste and flavor during warmer months. Food and plant lovers are invited to attend this educational class to learn all about the many tomato varieties as well as how to properly plant and tend to this summer harvesting fruit. Guests can enjoy complimentary refreshments and receive a free tomato plant with a purchase of $25 or more, while supplies last.

Tomato Time Saturday
Saturday, April 7 all day at all Pike Nurseries locations

Celebrate spring, the perfect time to plant tomatoes, with the experts at Pike Nurseries! Customers will receive a one-gallon tomato plant with any purchase $25 or more, while supplies last. Limit one plant per household.

Make & Take: Mixed Herb Container
Saturday, April 14 at 9 a.m. at select Pike Nurseries locations

Elevate homemade recipes with homegrown herbs! During this class, the seasoned experts at Pike Nurseries will guide green thumbs in making and caring for a container herb garden. Guests can choose which herbs to plant and even take home the garden to watch it bloom indoors or out! The class fee includes the price of all materials and refreshments. To register for the Make & Take, visit http://www.pikenursery.com/classes.

Make & Take: Mixed Herb Container Class will take place at the following stores:

Walter Reeves Lawn & Garden Show – Live Remote Broadcast
Saturday, April 14 from 6-8 a.m. at the Johns Creek store
Gardeners of all skillsets are invited to learn helpful tips and participate in lively conversations with one of Atlanta’s premier gardening experts during a live broadcast of The Lawn and Garden Show with Walter Reeves.

Beneficial Bugs 
Saturday, April 28 from 9-11 a.m. at all Pike Nurseries locations

Pike Nurseries is honoring the garden’s most beneficial bugs! Guests are invited to join the experts as they share everything green thumbs need to know about a variety of garden guardians. This free informative class includes complimentary refreshments and a free packet of ladybugs with any purchase, while supplies last.

Ladybug Weekend
Saturday, April 28 all day at all Pike Nurseries locations

Green thumbs are invited to celebrate the garden’s most beneficial bugs with the return of Pike Nurseries’ signature Ladybug Weekend! Customers can receive a free sample packet of 150 ladybugs with any purchase, while supplies last. Limit one packet per household.

For more information on the gardening classes and other events offered at Pike Nurseries, please visit www.pikenursery.com.

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Hi, I'm Stacey, the face behind Seeking The Weekend. I was born and raised in Michigan, currently reside in Atlanta. I'm a full-time working mother who loves to travel and explore my city, of which often only happens on the weekends. Follow along if you're trying keep life going all the while trying to enjoy it.

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