There are many excellent classes every Saturday. Many apply to our Meetup theme, 9-10a. Free. The class will be moved indoors if weather challenging. South Seminole Farm & Nursery, Casselberry,[masked]
See http://sseminolefarmandnursery.com or call to confirm listed classes topics. There may be changes during holidays.
Copy from their flyer: Welcome to South Seminole Farm & Nursery, located on over 13 lush acres in the heart of Central Florida. We specialize in growing a full range of landscape plants—from flowering ground cover to full-sized trees and palms. We are environmentally friendly using no harmful fungicides or insecticides on our plants. We also grow and sell organic fruits and vegetables that are available seasonally.
Come by and visit and take your time to browse through our nursery. You’ll find we have friendly and helpful staff to offer expert advice on growing and landscaping in Central Florida. Come and see what’s growing on the Farm!
Directions: From 17-92: Go east on Seminola Blvd, which becomes E Lake Drive after a couple of miles. 2010 E Lake Drive is on the right side of the road. From 436: Turn east onto Red Bug Lake Road, then turn north onto Tuskawilla Road. Turn west onto E Lake Drive. We are approximately one mile on the left side of the road at 2010 E Lake Drive.
Nursery Hours: MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY • 8:30AM UNTIL 5:00PM
SUNDAY • 10:00AM UNTIL 4:00PM
Gardening Classes are held every Saturday morning from 9 am to 10 am.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THESE FREE AND FUN!
Note from Carole Jackson:
Though I'm posting this in order to announce these great classes. I may not attend each week. If anyone would like to volunteer as a host to greet people from our group, please contact us. All attendees are also welcome to take a moment to ask whether any of our group members are there. That is a great way to meet each other in person and also let new people know about our group.
Note: quality seeds screened for our zone are typically sold at this nursery. Many local stores take whatever vendors send them whether it's good for our zone or not. Their staff tries to stock seeds recommended for our zone 9b. But, always good to double check before planting, as I've found errors. ~ Carole