Classes

Be Informed!

The Arbor Gate's frequent and wide-ranging classes, workshops, and special events provide enriching information and experiences throughout the gardening year. Our participants gain not only knowledge, but also inspiration and the incentive to get gardening! get cooking! get landscaping! get building that compost heap! get welding! and the list goes on!

Presenters range from published authors to local experts, some Arbor Gate favorites and others brand new to our audiences. Numerous authors of the books we stock are popular class and workshop presenters.

During the fall season until early December, and beginning again in the new year, a full and descriptive schedule, including speakers' credentials and specific topics, are posted on the website at arborgate.com. Website sign-up makes it easy and convenient to get involved.

Whether your interest is horticultural, culinary, or artistic, there's a class (or two or three) for you! So sign up, mark your calendars, and be ready to be energized and renewed.

As Buckminster Fuller said, "You can never learn less, you can only learn more."



Qi Gong: An Introduction

Tai Chi’s Big Brother, Qi Gong
By: Cynthia Graham RN, BSN

Discover a simple, complete system to benefit overall wellness, mind, body, and spirit. Qi Gong uses progressive relaxation, various breathing techniques, intention, visualization and fluid movements to consciously direct the energy of the body for balance and healing. To complete the understanding of the full nature of Qi Gong there will be an introduction to acupressure points and traditional herbal remedies. Co-ed class. Come dressed in comfortable clothes (similar to yoga), flat athletic shoes, bring yoga mat. No perfumes please.

(Printed notes available for $5.00, optional).

Offering a 4-Week Introduction

Tuesdays, 10-11am
October 6, 13, 20, 27

$40.00 for all 4 classes or $15.00 each at the door



Lunch with the Experts

Don't forget to check out our "Lunch with the Experts" series too! Take your lunch break at The Arbor Gate on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month from Noon until 1PM. Bring your sack lunch and we'll provide the drinks! Read more here.



MGCEU: Classes marked with an "MGCEU" are eligible for Master Gardener Continuing Education. The counties that responded to our request are noted. All classes have possible eligibility for MGCEU, please check with your local agent for approval.

All classes are free unless otherwise noted. To guarantee your reservation in a class with a fee, payment must be paid in person or by phone.

Class NameDate/Time
The Fall GardenSaturday, September 12, 10am

Bill Adams & Tom LeRoy

Enjoy, learn, repeat: The authors of The Southern Kitchen Garden share tips for success.

About Instructor:

Tom is the Extension Agent Emeritus for Montgomery County and his new website is www.gardeningwithtomleroy.com. While Bill is a well known professional photographer and Extension Agent Emeritus for Harris County. Together, they have co-authored The Southern Kitchen Garden. Bill is also a contributor to the Arbor Gate's blog. Read his articles here.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Bulbs and BuddiesSaturday, September 19, 10am

Heidi Sheesley, TreeSearch Farms
Chris Wiesinger, Southern Bulb Co.

This is an extraordinary event not to be missed. The festival will showcase bulbs, perennials and shrubs that will offer years of beauty in your garden. Chris and Heidi will share their extensive knowledge and love for these treasured gems, as well as show you how to use them in your landscape for vigorous carefree color.

MGCEU: Brazos, Harris, Montgomery, & Waller County

About the Instructors:

Heidi Sheesley, owner of TreeSearch Farms. TreeSearch Farms the Gulf Coast's premier provider of perennials, natives, unique, and unusual plants.

Chris is a 2004 graduate of Texas A&M University, where he majored in horticulture and floriculture, and was a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets. Chris founded the Southern Bulb Co. from a college project upon graduation, and is the co-author of The Bulb Hunter.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Square Foot Gardening: Not by the BookSunday, September 20, 11am

Angela Chandler, The Garden Academy

Square Foot Gardening is the perfect garden management system for table gardeners. It can work in any size garden and is uniquely scaleable as the garden changes and grows. It does not require tilling or heavy equipment and can be set up in a matter of hours. It simplifies crop rotation and succession planting. The concept is great, but the unique climate and conditions of the Gulf Coast require a few changes to the system in order for it to be successful here. Come learn Square Foot Gardening - Gulf Coast Style!

About the Instructor:

Angela Chandler is a lifelong gardener with a passion for learning and teaching. She tends a 1/2 acre garden in Highlands, Texas that includes ornamentals, fruits, a small experimental nursery, a flock of Buff Orpington chickens, and a Lab mix named Harley. Her gardening adventures would not be possible without her husband, Fred - always willing to help unload leaves, compost and help build beds. Angela is a member of the Harris County Master Gardener Association - Retired, and a member of the Garden Writer's Association.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Basic Organic Gardening - Psst, it is all about the soil!Thursday, September 24, 10am

Angela Chandler, The Garden Academy

Everyone wants to garden organically! But can you really go 100% organic and still have a beautiful garden? Yes! Come learn the basics. It begins with the soil! We will teach you the secrets of soil fertility and how nature works to keep plants healthy. It's good for your garden, your family and your pets, too. This class will help new gardeners get started off right and will give experienced gardeners some tools to take their gardens to the next level.

About the Instructor:

Angela Chandler is a lifelong gardener with a passion for learning and teaching. She tends a 1/2 acre garden in Highlands, Texas that includes ornamentals, fruits, a small experimental nursery, a flock of Buff Orpington chickens, and a Lab mix named Harley. Her gardening adventures would not be possible without her husband, Fred - always willing to help unload leaves, compost and help build beds. Angela is a member of the Harris County Master Gardener Association - Retired, and a member of the Garden Writer's Association.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Fall Into SpringSaturday, September 26, 10am

Linda Gay, Horticulturist

Planning and planting through the fall will give you dramatic and lasting color through the spring. Learn how!

About Instructor:

Linda received her Associates Degree in Horticulture from Trident Technical College in Charleston, SC. She moved to Houston the summer of 1979 and worked in the commercial green industry until 1985. October 1985 Linda stared at Mercer Arboretum and Botanic Gardens and retired in May 2011. She was the director for 11 years. Linda is first and foremost a gardener, constantly manipulating soils and putting new plants in the garden, always learning and growing. She has killed plants every which way you can and this experience has made me a plant expert. After 6 months of retirement Linda was very fortuitous and landed in the coolest gardener's paradise, The Arbor Gate in Tomball, Texas.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Grafting 101Sunday, September 27, 11am

Bill Adams

Bill shares his knowledge and experience of grafting with the home gardener.

About the Instructor:

Bill is a well known professional photographer and Extension Agent Emeritus for Harris County, and is co-author of Vegetable Gardening for the South. Bill is also a contributor to the Arbor Gate's blog. Read his articles here.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Attracting Bluebirds To Your GardenThursday, October 1, 10am

Linda Crum

Bluebirds are a delightful addition to the landscape! Easy to attract, Linda will show you how to bring their vibrant color to your garden.

About Instructor:

Linda is a Texas Master naturalist and has monitored bluebirds in her backyard for years. She also monitors a bluebird trail at a nearby State Forest and reports all data to Cornell Laboratories, NestWatch program.

MGCEU: Montgomery County


Citrus for the Gulf CoastSaturday, October 3, 10am

George Shackelford, Brazos Citrus

Let George guide you in selecting citrus for the Gulf Coast. George will also discuss identification and treatment of common citrus issues.

About the Instructor:

George Shackelford is the manager of Brazos Citrus Nursery and Bamboo Source Nursery. He was born into the wholesale nursery business that his father started in 1978. It is located about 1hr southeast of Houston, on family land that dates back to 1861. George started out at the bottom pulling weeds and watering plants, and moved up the ranks throughout the years. About 12 years ago he started a new adventure and switched directions from woody ornamentals and trees, to citrus and fruit trees along with NON-invasive clumping bamboo. George has a passion to grow new and intersting varieites, strive for top quality products, and consider customer service as a stronghold. He sought out and looked for the best cultivars, best rootstocks, preferred growing methods, etc. When the company first started they grew about 25 different varieties of citrus and about 15 varieties of fruit trees. They are now one of the largest container grown "citrus and fruit tree" growers in the state, and they strive to have our quality second to none. Brazos Citrus Nursery and Bamboo Source Nursery now grow about 45 different varieties of citrus an 50 different varieties of fruit trees. They are also pioneers in the avocado world and have introduced a few varieties of their own (Joey). They do not sell to chain stores or box stores, they cater to our great states independent mom and pop nurseries and garden centers. George considers it a great privilege to have grown up in such an ever changing and challenging business, the quality of people, (for the most part) are some of the hardest working, passionate, nature loving, eccentric beings on this earth. He has served as a boardmember of the South East Texas Nursery Growers Association. When all work has been done at nurseries (never done), he has a wonderful loving wife, Leah Shackelford and 3 wonderful children Camryn 7, George N. 3, and Jack Charles 1, that all enjoy a little daddy time too. Any other free time, George tries to spend outdoors camping, hunting, fishing and whatever else he can get into.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Ornamedibles - The Edible LandscapeSaturday, October 3, 1pm

Angela Chandler, The Garden Academy

We can't say enough about Ornamedibles! Design and plant a landscape that is visually appealing while it supplies the family table. Learn to look at edible plants for their form, color, and texture. There's no need to fight your HOA! They will love your garden. Your neighbors and passers-by will simply see the beauty, while you will reap the bounty. Ornamedibles make gardening a lot more fun, more rewarding, and the whole family can participate.

About the Instructor:

Angela Chandler is a lifelong gardener with a passion for learning and teaching. She tends a 1/2 acre garden in Highlands, Texas that includes ornamentals, fruits, a small experimental nursery, a flock of Buff Orpington chickens, and a Lab mix named Harley. Her gardening adventures would not be possible without her husband, Fred - always willing to help unload leaves, compost and help build beds. Angela is a member of the Harris County Master Gardener Association - Retired, and a member of the Garden Writer's Association.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Qi Gong: An Introduction - Week 1Tuesday, October 6, 10am-11am

Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN

Discover a simple, complete system to benefit overall wellness, mind, body, and spirit. Qi Gong uses progressive relaxation, various breathing techniques, intention, visualization and fluid movements to consciously direct the energy of the body for balance and healing. To complete the understanding of the full nature of Qi Gong there will be an introduction to acupressure points and traditional herbal remedies. Co-ed class. Come dressed in comfortable clothes (similar to yoga), flat athletic shoes, bring yoga mat. No perfumes please.

(Printed notes available for $5.00, optional).

Offering a 4 week Introduction

Tuesdays, 10-11am
October 6, 13, 20, 27

$40.00 for all 4 classes, or $15.00 each at the door.

About the Instructor:

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors' offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.


Herbs: The Basics and MoreThursday, October 8, 10am

Ann Wheeler, Log House Herbs

Whether your herb-growing experience is recent or the result of long experience, come and share your questions, your problems with herbs, and your great ideas for growing and using them. The power of herbs to bring biodiversity to your garden will be explored, and you'll be entertained and inspired in the process.

About the Instructor:

Ann Wheeler of Log House Herb Farm is consultant of fine culinary and ornamental herbs to The Arbor Gate.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Herbs: The Basics and MoreSaturday, October 10, 10am

Ann Wheeler, Log House Herbs

Whether your herb-growing experience is recent or the result of long experience, come and share your questions, your problems with herbs, and your great ideas for growing and using them. The power of herbs to bring biodiversity to your garden will be explored, and you'll be entertained and inspired in the process.

About the Instructor:

Ann Wheeler of Log House Herb Farm is consultant of fine culinary and ornamental herbs to The Arbor Gate.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Qi Gong: An Introduction - Week 2Tuesday, October 13, 10am-11am

Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN

Discover a simple, complete system to benefit overall wellness, mind, body, and spirit. Qi Gong uses progressive relaxation, various breathing techniques, intention, visualization and fluid movements to consciously direct the energy of the body for balance and healing. To complete the understanding of the full nature of Qi Gong there will be an introduction to acupressure points and traditional herbal remedies. Co-ed class. Come dressed in comfortable clothes (similar to yoga), flat athletic shoes, bring yoga mat. No perfumes please.

(Printed notes available for $5.00, optional).

Offering a 4 week Introduction

Tuesdays, 10-11am
October 6, 13, 20, 27

$40.00 for all 4 classes, or $15.00 each at the door.

About the Instructor:

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors' offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.


Gardening in the Hell StripSaturday, October 17, 10am

Gaye Hammond, Houston Rose Society

Let's face it, every landscape has a 'Hell Strip.' It's that spot where things don't want to grow like they should. A lot of times this is that strip of ground between the sidewalk and the curb in residential subdivisions where not even grass will grow. Sometimes it's that spot by the garage that seems to always be wet or that flower bed where literally everything dies. So how do you turn these unproductive spots around so that they become productive areas of the landscape? Gaye Hammond, Past President of the Houston Rose Society will share tips and tricks for Gardening in the Hell Strip and solving these landscape woes.

About the Instructor:

Gaye is the Past President of the Houston Rose Society and an international lecturer and writer. She is involved in a number of rose trials around the country and has evaluated Kordes' roses in trials in Oregon, New York and Texas. She is also a contributing author to A Garden Book for Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast and The Sustainable Rose Garden.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Tough as Nails, Pretty as a PictureSaturday, October 17, 2pm

Felder Rushing

Garden charmers that not only survive, but thrive in our Texas climate. Author and international speaker Felder Rushing will lead you to the toughest of the tough.

About the Instructor:

Felder Rushing is a true Southern Garden Guru. He's a well known author of 14 gardening books, Felder lectures widely across the country. His delivery combines down-home style laced with humor, zany metaphors, and real-life anecdotes!

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Bee ForumSunday, October 18, 11am

Angela Chandler, The Garden Academy
Matt and Kelly Brantley, BZ Honey

Come see what all the buzz is about. If you're a new beekeeper, come talk about what needs to be done to prepare your hives for winter. If you're starting hives next year, come talk about hive types, equipment, and timelines for ordering your bees. Our Beekeepers will cover both Langstroth and Top Bar hive types. If you're not interested in keeping bees, but want pollinators in your garden, we'll also talk about plant selections and pesticide use. We'll also have an observation hive, so bring the kids!

About the Instructors:

Angela Chandler is a lifelong gardener with a passion for learning and teaching. She tends a 1/2 acre garden in Highlands, Texas that includes ornamentals, fruits, a small experimental nursery, a flock of Buff Orpington chickens, and a Lab mix named Harley. Her gardening adventures would not be possible without her husband, Fred - always willing to help unload leaves, compost and help build beds. Angela is a member of the Harris County Master Gardener Association - Retired, and a member of the Garden Writer's Association.

Matt and Kelly Brantley want to provide local honey to everyone in the Houston area through their family business, BZ Honey. As third-generation beekeepers, they naturally manage their hives across NW Houston and provide pollination, removal, and consulting services for bees. During the honey season, you can usually find them and their honey at area farmerís markets. Matt and Kelly currently manage the Langstroth and Warre hives at The Arbor Gate and hives at 5 other sites in NW Houston.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Qi Gong: An Introduction - Week 3Tuesday, October 20, 10am-11am

Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN

Discover a simple, complete system to benefit overall wellness, mind, body, and spirit. Qi Gong uses progressive relaxation, various breathing techniques, intention, visualization and fluid movements to consciously direct the energy of the body for balance and healing. To complete the understanding of the full nature of Qi Gong there will be an introduction to acupressure points and traditional herbal remedies. Co-ed class. Come dressed in comfortable clothes (similar to yoga), flat athletic shoes, bring yoga mat. No perfumes please.

(Printed notes available for $5.00, optional).

Offering a 4 week Introduction

Tuesdays, 10-11am
October 6, 13, 20, 27

$40.00 for all 4 classes, or $15.00 each at the door.

About the Instructor:

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors' offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.


Herbs and Wines: A New Take on Flavor PairingsSaturday, October 24, 10am

Ann Wheeler, Log House Herbs
Chef Chris Crowder

Just as tradition indicates that deeply-flavored red wines complement hearty red meat and light whites enhance mild seafood, traditional recipes redolent of herbal fragrances and flavors call for wine pairings that can truly turn up the pleasure of a great meal. Chef Chris Crowder and herb aficionado Ann Wheeler have pulled a new rabbit out of a hat for this unusual and fun class, complete with wine suggestions that love even the idea of les lapin!.

About the Instructors:

Chef Chris Crowder is a professional chef and long time friend of The Arbor Gate. He prepares delicious dishes for many of the Arbor Gate events and specializes in herbal recipes.

Ann Wheeler of Log House Herb Farm is consultant of fine culinary and ornamental herbs to The Arbor Gate.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Gunters Heirloom VegetablesSaturday, October 24, 9am - 1pm

Leah and Pam Gunter, Gunters Heirloom Vegetables

The Gunter's will be on hand to answer all of your questions about selecting and growing heirloom vegetables in your garden and landscape.

We must warn you - Pam and Leah's love for the vegetable garden is contagious. Along with their knowledge, their selection of heirloom vegetables is unsurpassed. Don't miss this opportunity to meet them both!!

About the Instructors:

Leah and Pam are experts in the growing of these traditional varieties and graciously pass along their knowledge.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


How to Root a RoseSunday, October 25, 11am

Gaye Hammond, Houston Rose Society

Rooting new plants from cuttings has been the traditional method of passing along plants for hundreds of years. Gaye Hammond, Past President of the Houston Rose Society, will present a hands-on clinic showing participants how they can successfully root cuttings in, among other things, a ziplock bag! The Houston Rose Society will provide the supplies and rose cuttings for the class.

This class is free, but registration is required!

About the Instructor:

Gaye is the Past President of the Houston Rose Society and an international lecturer and writer. She is involved in a number of rose trials around the country and has evaluated Kordes' roses in trials in Oregon, New York and Texas. She is also a contributing author to A Garden Book for Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast and The Sustainable Rose Garden.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Qi Gong: An Introduction - Week 4Tuesday, October 27, 10am-11am

Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN

Discover a simple, complete system to benefit overall wellness, mind, body, and spirit. Qi Gong uses progressive relaxation, various breathing techniques, intention, visualization and fluid movements to consciously direct the energy of the body for balance and healing. To complete the understanding of the full nature of Qi Gong there will be an introduction to acupressure points and traditional herbal remedies. Co-ed class. Come dressed in comfortable clothes (similar to yoga), flat athletic shoes, bring yoga mat. No perfumes please.

(Printed notes available for $5.00, optional).

Offering a 4 week Introduction

Tuesdays, 10-11am
October 6, 13, 20, 27

$40.00 for all 4 classes, or $15.00 each at the door.

About the Instructor:

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors' offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.


The Creative Herbal PantrySaturday, November 7, 10am

Henry Flowers, Festival Hill Gardens

So you've learned about what herbs will grow successfully in our neck of the woods and how to grow them, but now what do you do with them? This program will address the basic ways in which herbs can be incorporated into a wide variety of foods. There's hardly a dish that can't be amended with herbs and learning how to incorporate them into your daily cooking routines is a great way to spark a new interest in food and give life a little more zest. Herbs are definitely for both use and delight!

About Instructor:

Henry Flowers is a native Texan and a graduate of Texas A&M University. He holds both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Horticulture. He is currently the Garden Director at the International Festival-Institute in Round Top, Texas where, with the help of many volunteers, he oversees the gardens and herb collections. He is the 2009 recipient of the Herb Society of America's Joanna McQuail Reed Award for the Artistic Use of Herbs.


Pruning and Preparing Fruiting Trees and Vines for WinterSaturday, November 14, 10am

Bill Adams

Time spent preparing your trees and vines in winter will ensure huge rewards in spring.

About the Instructor:

Bill is a well known professional photographer and Extension Agent Emeritus for Harris County, and is co-author of Vegetable Gardening for the South. Bill is also a contributor to the Arbor Gate's blog. Read his articles here.

MGCEU: Harris & Montgomery County


Teas, Tinctures, and ToddiesThursday, November 19, 10am

Cynthia Graham, RN, BSN

Your Great Grandmother, maybe even your Grandmother may have made remedies at home in the kitchen for colds, flu, cramps, headaches and other ailments. My favorites are Swedish Hot Toddy and Irish Hot Toddy, relief for just about anything and thatís how my Grandma used them. Revisit the early kitchens and these timeless treasures that helped restore health. But before you will be able to make the remedies, you will need to learn the plants behind the healing. Taste testing is an option.

About the Instructor:

Cynthia Graham is an RN (BSN-UT Houston) with an avid interest in traditional home remedies, cultural healing practices, and mind body-disciplines. She has studied holistic practices as far away as Beijing, China and as near as San Marcos, Texas. Her practice settings include barns, campgrounds, archeological digs, schools, doctors' offices and hospitals. Cynthia is a Certified Qi Gong Instructor and Aroma Therapist.


Christmas Open HouseSaturday, December 5, 3pm - 7pm

Our annual thank you to all of our friends.
Food , Fun and Merriment
Music by: Curtis Poullard and the Creole Zydeco Band
Food by: The Bake Shoppe and Cafe


Holiday Break Kids CampTuesday, December 29, 9am-12:30pm

Holiday Break Kids' Camp!
Topic: Bottle Art

Ages 6-12 | Min: 10, Max: 18 | $50 each

Come join us for a holiday break Garden Camp where we will be making and decorating bottles to use as a beautiful art accent in your garden! February is potato planting time which is always a fun vegetable to grow in a container or in the ground. Each child will learn all about growing potatoes and be ready for planting at home.

"Each child will make an original decorated bottle and a bucket for potato planting!/p>

Bring water and your own sack lunch to enjoy a picnic under the big tent.

About the Instructor:

Stephanie Baker completed her Master Gardener certification in 2002 and is the owner of Ready to Grow Gardens.

In the last thirteen years Stephanie has designed and created beautiful school learning gardens at 17 elementary schools and 3 early education centers in and around Houston. She also developed a unique garden based curriculum that she teaches students K- 5th that was integrated into the science curriculum at each school. During the school year Stephanie visits a different school every day enjoying her time with students planting seeds, harvesting vegetables, and investigating wildlife!


MGCEU: Classes marked with an "MGCEU" are eligible for Master Gardener Continuing Education.

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The Fall Garden
Bulbs and Buddies
Square Foot Gardening: Not by the Book
Basic Organic Gardening - Psst, it is all about the soil!
Fall Into Spring
Grafting 101
Attracting Bluebirds To Your Garden
Citrus for the Gulf Coast
Ornamedibles - The Edible Landscape
Qi Gong: An Introduction - Week 1
Herbs: The Basics and More
Herbs: The Basics and More
Qi Gong: An Introduction - Week 2
Gardening in the Hell Strip
Tough as Nails, Pretty as a Picture
Bee Forum
Qi Gong: An Introduction - Week 3
Herbs and Wines: A New Take on Flavor Pairings
Gunters Heirloom Vegetables
How to Root a Rose
Qi Gong: An Introduction - Week 4
The Creative Herbal Pantry
Pruning and Preparing Fruiting Trees and Vines for Winter
Teas, Tinctures, and Toddies
Christmas Open House
Holiday Break Kids Camp

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