Do you love gardening and getting your hands dirty?
Then this is the place for you!
We are a group of local gardeners who get together monthly for education, service and socializing.
We have classes on a wide variety of gardening topics from landscaping and growing the best flowers and vegetables to bee keeping and water conservation.
Calling all tomato lovers, newbie growers and seasoned gardeners alike! This fun-filled class is designed to help you increase the productivity and health of your tomato plants. We’ll learn about the best organic practices for growing healthy, robust tomato plants, including tips on soil prep, planting, trellising/caging, fertilizing, watering, and weed/pest management.
For more details or to register, visit the Wasatch Community Gardens website: https://wasatchgardens.org/news-and-events/calendar/192
This hands-on working lab will help students understand the different growing techniques for these cooking staples that elevate the flavor and nutrition of everything from soups and sauces to stir-fries and salsa. This workshop will cover variety selection and the different options available for growing onions (seeds, sets and starts) and leeks and shallots (direct-sowing vs. sets or transplants).
For more details and to register, visit Wasatch Community Gardens website: https://wasatchgardens.org/news-and-events/calendar/197
Get in early on the movement of park strip redesign! This class focuses on techniques to save water through design, including plants that will thrive in these tough sites.
For more details and to register, visit the Conservation Garden Parks website: https://conservationgardenpark.org/events/1174/creating-waterwise-park-strips
Calling all backyard gardeners, urban homesteaders, and hobby farmers! Do you want to step up your sustainability game? Interested in moving beyond tomatoes and peppers in your garden? Come to the Backyard Homestead Expo at Conservation Garden Park to learn from our experts
For more details, visit Conservation Garden Park website: https://conservationgardenpark.org/events/1204/usu-urban-homestead-expo
The heart of your garden is the soil. Your plants’ health and productivity are directly related to the characteristics of your soil, themicro-organisms that live in it, and the organic matter available to them as food. Join Wasatch Community Gardens and local soil expert Celia Bell for a lesson on soil matters.
For more details and to register, visit Wasatch Community Gardens website: https://wasatchgardens.org/news-and-events/calendar/198
Kitchen herbs can be so versatile; they can spice up a dish, soothe a sore throat, or invoke a sense of relaxation. Come learn the beginning steps to expand your gardening knowledge to include growing herbs such as thyme, rosemary, lavender, and lemon verbena.
For more details and to register, visit Wasatch Community Gardens website: https://wasatchgardens.org/news-and-events/calendar/199
Learn the art of fruit tree grafting in this hands-on workshop. Class participants will learn the background and skills necessary to graft and then graft two apple trees to take home. Choose from modern and heirloom varieties (25 to 30 different varieties) to create a tree to suit your preference
For more details and to register, visit Conservation Garden Park website: https://conservationgardenpark.org/events/1207/fruit-tree-grafting
Join us for these plant focused tours of the garden and find out which plants will work best for you. Wear walking shoes and bring sun protection.
Not all trees and shrubs are created equal, find out which trees and shrubs are best suited to Utah’s climate.
For more details and to register, visit Conservation Garden Park website: https://conservationgardenpark.org/events/1175/waterwise-tree-and-shrubs-tour
Our annual Water Garden Tour is a self-guided tour of outstanding local gardens and outdoor spaces that showcase unique water features.
For more details visit Utah Water Gardens and Koi Club website: http://www.utahwatergardenclub.org/