Beginning in January we will be hosting a variety of virtual events. We’ve planned two types of events that are designed to be both informative and entertaining. There are eight scheduled Friday Happy Hours, each starting at 5 PM and lasting for one hour. All Happy Hours are free of charge and you can participate in these either on Facebook Live or by clicking the individual link below and registering via Zoom.
We’re also extending our educational offerings in 2021 to include 8 in-depth classes on topics that we’ve seen are of interest to our customers. These Sunday Seminars will all run from 4 PM to 5:30, and the non-refundable cost to attend is $10.00. Advance payment and registration will be required, and all who are signed up will receive a pdf handout on the topic and a discount coupon to use on select items in the store. For more information see our schedules posted below and click through for more information about our virtual events.
Please click on the image below to register for individual classes.
Links to Past Events and Recordings
Links to Past Virtual Events Posted Below
Links to the recordings of some past Webinars and Happy Hours are below. (Note: not all talks are recorded)
Boxwood trees are made using cut greens and a few simple florist supplies. C.L. Fornari will show you how to make a small table-top tree that will last through New Years.
Learn how to make a wreath and swag from scratch, and how to decorate pre-made balsam and mixed green wreaths.
Hear about flowering indoor plants, from the traditional to the new and unusual. See how to decorate with these plants and learn about their care past the holidays.
Discover new approaches to fall decor with pumpkins. Plant a succulent centerpiece in a pumpkin, and see how to quickly create porch decor.
Grab your favorite beverage for the Cocktail Hour and let’s celebrate the bulb planting season! C.L.talks about which bulbs to naturalize, how deep to plant, proper fertilizing, and how to keep critters from eating your tulips. Plus some time-saving techniques for planting and a look at some bulbs you may not be familiar with. It might be fall, but we’ll be lifting our glasses to spring this evening, because bulbs are all about the cheer.
See how to make a wreath from your hydrangea flowers using a straw wreath form and fern pins.
Back by popular demand, Hyannis Country Garden's natural lawn care guru, Jamie, aka "Dekes." Learn what lawn restoration should happen in the fall, find out about fall fertCape Cod, plus some suggestions for shade gardens. Password: 5e$5^6=p
As we continue to cope during the pandemic, Hyannis Country Garden is dedicated to helping you discover the power of plants for stress relief and the benefits of connecting with nature.
Our Sunday Seminars will feature a pdf handout sent to all who register, along with a coupon for an in-store discount on select items.
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