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Socially Distanced Seed Swap: April 17th 10 AM to 1 PM Outside at the Lewis & Clark Library Spring here and that means it's time to think about your garden. Join the gardeners at Helena Community Gardens and our partners from The Lewis & Clark…Find out more »
Not Your Mother's Victory Garden A fun, fresh and informative talk on how to plan and prepare a vegetable garden in 2021.What grows best in Helena, how to plan a garden, bring your questions for the Master Gardeners of Helena Community Gardens. When: Apr 20, 2021 07:30 PM…Find out more »
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Do you have gardening supplies that you never use sitting in your garage or shed? Or do you have plants in your yard or garden that need divided, or maybe extra seed starts? If so, Helena Community Gardens has just the solution for you!
The HCG Garden Rummage and Plant Sale on April 25th.
From 10 AM on, gardening items can be dropped off for donation at 6th Ward Community Garden. These could include: extra tools, planters or pots (no commercial plastic pots), seed starter supplies, hoses, drip lines, etc.
All items should be in good, workable condition. Donated plants such as perennial flowers, raspberry starts, seed starts, etc. should be individually potted and labeled. You can drop off your gardening items and/or plants for donation at the east side of the 6th Ward Park any time after 10:00 am on April 25th for pricing.
From 1PM to 4 PM come pick up a bargain! All proceeds from the Rummage Sale will got to HCG. Kick off the garden season right and celebrate re-using and recycling with Helena Community Gardens.
Have you or you child always wanted to make a fairy garden, but you just didn’t have the time or supplies? With just a few live plants, pebbles, moss, and a little imagination, you or your child can make a miniature fantasy world.
Helena Community Gardens will provide all supplies to create a complete fairy garden - a 12” container, soil, 2 plants, a fairy (of course), several fairy garden props, and landscaping materials. Also, during this class, you can make your very own fairy house to use in your garden. Basic fairy garden design and plant care will also be covered. Feel free to bring any accessories from home to add to your garden.
The class will be on Sunday, April 25th from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at 6th Ward Community Garden Park. A fee of $30 per participant covers the cost of supplies. It is appropriate for adults or children ages 9 and up (or children 5-8, accompanied by an adult). Pre-registration is required, as the class is limited to 10 participants. To register, please fill-out the form in the link. https://forms.gle/PnbNxJZcpDQ67fbS8
Please direct your questions or concerns to Darby at 406-438-6049 or send an email to [email protected]Find out more »