Cut Flower Gardening Series 2.0- Healthy Soil 101

Saturday, March 19th


The secret to any good garden is the soil! The health of the soil is crucial to guarantee success with any of your gardening endeavors. In this workshop, we will discuss several methods of preparing your soil, basics of soil health including soil properties and principles, and the indicators of good soil health. This workshop will get you familiar with bed prep, caring for your garden space, and setting up your garden for low maintenance success.

During the workshop we will be covering:

  • Basics of soil
  • Tilling, low till, and no till methods
  • Fostering healthy microbial growth
  • Brief discussion on cover crops

For this workshop, we have partnered with the USU Soil Analytics lab. Guests can participate without having their soil tested but the soil test is highly recommended. Click here for full instructions on how to collect your soil sample and what to bring for the workshop. Soil samples will need to be submitted to Freckle Farm before or at the time of the workshop. Shipping will not be available. 

Bundle and Save!
When you buy all seven workshops in the cut flower gardening series receive our Growing Dahlias and Irrigation 101 workshops and a membership to our Freckle Farm Gardening Group for the 2022 season. Over a $50 value, for FREE! Click here for more details.
*All items must be added to the cart at once to apply.

Results will be available at our following gardening group meetup on April 13th or available to pick up at the store. We will contact you when they are ready.

This workshop can be attended in person or virtually. Virtual attendees will connect through Zoom; internet access via computer or phone will be required. After registration, we will be emailing attendees instructions on how to download Zoom for free and join the live class.

All workshop attendees receive 10% off any purchases made during the event. Tickets are non-refundable but may be transferred to another guest. Contact us if you have any questions or concerns. 

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