Events

Save the date for these Spring Hill Garden Center Events.

Pre-registration is required for all classes.


Spring Fling Open House – April 29
Join us for our annual kick off to the gardening season! See our flyer for more details.

SEMINARS

10am Pruning 101— Who, when, where and why
11am Garden to Kitchen — Learn how to grow your edibles
12pm New Exciting Plants
1pm Roses — Growing and caring for your roses
2pm Organic Gardening

GET GROWING ACTIVITIES

Garden Tool/Knife Sharpening (throughout event)
10-2pm Carolyn’s Farm Kitchen
10-1pm(on-going) Caterpillar Lab
FREE Soil Testing (throughout event)

Vintage Festival – June 3

All Day: Antique cars, trucks, tractors and engines
All Day: Horse rides; On-the-go TicTacToe game bag; vintage games
11-1pm  Ipswich Brewery beer truck
12-2pm “Comfort Zone” barbershop quartet
11-2pm “Joe’s On A Roll” food truck
1:00pm Seminar: “Keeping Your Plants Healthy Throughout The Growing Season”
 
Wear a straw hat to the Vintage Festival and get 10% off any one item — excluding bulk, deliveries and design
 


Pink Day – June 24

Percentage of sale from select pink plants is donated to Breast Cancer Research

9:00am Adult Workshop
Participants can create a pink-themed container of annuals ($6, pre-register). Registration includes soil, container and instruction. Plant material extra.


Ladies Night – July 20, 6-7:30PM

Join us for an entertaining and educational evening of wine-tasting and light hors d’oeuvres at Rogers Spring Hill. Sip back, relax and take a trip around the world as we sample at least four different wines from regions where the soil adds unique flavors to the wines. Chris Johnston, founder of Great Wines, Great Times, will explain the differences and nuances about the wines, and offer fascinating facts about the varieties, regions and wine-making process.

You’ll walk away with a newfound appreciation for wine, as well as plenty of knowledge about food and wine pairing. Grab your friends and get ready for a great evening in a picturesque setting.

Sample wines from around the world.
Light hors d’oeuvres.
Enjoy a talk from wine-expert, Chris Johnson, about how soil effects the flavor of wine.
$25 pre-registration required (Register Here).


Family Fall Festival / Arts in the Garden – September 16

Artisans will display and sell their wares amidst the natural beauty and fall colors of the Garden Center.

FAMILY FUN:

Games
 Hay Bale Maze
 Scavenger Hunt
 Pony Rides
 Build Your Scarecrow

CRAFTS/ARTS:

Watercolors
Mixed media
Jewelry
Handmade canvas totes/bags
Cape Ann-style landscapes and seascapes
Much more!

SEMINARS:

Bulbs Planting & Forcing
Attracting Birds to Your Landscape
Putting Your Garden to Bed
Prepping for Next Season
 

Holiday Workshops – November 4th to December 16th

Nov. 20th 6:00-7:30
Thanksgiving Centerpiece
($35, pre-register)

 
Nov 25th 10:00 $15.00
Bow-making class – Learn how to make your own holiday bow
($15, pre-register)

Nov. 29th 6:00-7:30 
Holiday Swag – Create and decorate your very own swag, using natural greens.
($45, pre-register)

Nov 30th 10:00
Bulb Forcing – Learn how to force paperwhite bulbs, and decorate a beautiful container to display them in.
($35, pre-register)

Dec. 6th 1:00-2:30 and 6:00-7:30 $40.00
Boxwood Tree – Learn to make and decorate this seasonal favorite.
(1:00p – $40, pre-register)
(6:00p – $40, pre-register)

Dec. 16th 9:00 $40.00
Holiday Centerpiece
($40, pre-register)

Note: Workshop materials are subject to change based on availability.


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