Education Program

Our 2023 Winter/Spring education series will be hosted at our Burlington Garden Center. Attendees have option to attend in-person at our Burlington Garden Center or virtually using zoom. Please select the ticket according to how you plan on attending. Cost per class is $15 unless otherwise marked. All class will be recorded and everyone that registers will receive a copy of the recording.

March 11 | 9:30-11:00am
Closer to Nature
Silvia Jope
Interested in creating a garden that is a haven for people and wildlife alike? That is energy wise, multifunctioning and designed for beauty and biodiversity? In this seminar for environmentally-minded folks of all experience levels you will learn the basic principles and steps behind landscape planning while approaching it through the lens of ecology, sustainability and energy efficiency. Purchase Tickets

March 25 | 9:30-11:00am
Building an Outdoor Room
Paul Simon
A well-designed outdoor room can provide a useful and aesthetically pleasing extension of your indoor living spaces. Think of it as knocking down a wall and expanding your kitchen, dining room, living room, or even bedroom outdoors. Where and how you placefurniture, paving, lighting, plantings, art, and focal accents are all part of planning your outdoor room. This class will provide you an understanding of how to appropriately design an outdoor living space for you, your family, and friends to enjoy. Purchase Tickets

April 1 | 9:30-11:00am
Charlie Nardozzi
Learn about the proper equipment, timing and techniques to care for your trees and shrubs. Weather permitting, we’ll do a hands-on demo outside.  Purchase Tickets

Pruning will be held in person at our Burlington Garden Center only, there is no virtual option and it will not be recorded.

April 8| 9:30-11:00am
Native Landscaping
Jacob Holzberg-Pill
From their eye-catching beauty to their show-stopping flavor native plants make a wonderful addition to our gardens and yards. These incredible species also support crucial biodiversity for wildlife and pollinators with food and habitat. Natural plant communities are often more resilient and require less maintenance than other landscapes. There is a perfect native species for every niche in your diverse planting plan.  Purchase Tickets




Store Hours:
Mon-Sat 9am-6pm
Sun 10am-5pm

Holiday Hours:
Saturday, December 22 | 9am-5pm
Sunday, December 25 | Closed
Saturday, December 31 | 9am-5pm
Sunday, January 1 | Closed

472 Marshall Avenue
Williston, VT 05495