Horticultural Workshops

Are you looking for a fun activity to do with your small group? Our horticulturist comes to your location and leads a one- to two-hour garden or craft related program for your group. Activities are hands-on and vary in topics ranging from hypertufa troughs and terrariums to container gardens and upcycled garden art.


Now offering hands-on group horticultural activities for restorative benefits! Our therapeutic horticulturist leads small groups on a one-hour plant related or natural craft activity at your agency's location. Activities are tailored to suit your clients' therapeutic goals, abilities, and personal interests, as well as your programming needs. Supplies included.


Consult with our horticulturist on how to make the most of your outdoor space. We can advise you on improving accessibility for easier gardening or making your garden more pollinator friendly, as well as help provide ideas on how to improve your landscape with wiser plant selection. Now offering creative container plantings to enhance the "look" of your home and landscape.

D-I-Y Horticultural Activity Kits

Channel your inner gardener. Simply order your choice of a horticultural activity from us, and we'll prepare a kit of the supplies and instructions for you to complete the activity on your own. We will deliver your package to your front door. Ideal for day centers, senior care communities, homebound individuals, home schoolers, and more!

Garden Communication and Plant Portraiture

With professional experience as an assistant editor and avid garden communicator/photographer, our horticulturist understands the importance of producing quality work and meeting deadlines. Past contributions include articles and photography for Scripps Networks Interactive brands, including HGTV and DIY Network, as well as horticulture industry publications including Lawn and Garden Retailer,Total Landscape Care, specialized digital publications like AHTA News Magazine, academic journals including The Journal of Environmental Education, and regional garden magazines such as Tennessee Gardener.

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Our therapeutic horticulturist works with individuals in your community, engaging them with conversation and our cart full of nature sensory items. Good for homebound or roombound clients.

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Check out our ephemeral goods, plants, and botanicals. Featuring custom terrariums and terrarium ornaments, kokedama, succulents in handcrafted and re-imagined containers, and much more.