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Join Farmhouse Owner and Executive Chef, Rich Mead, as he demonstrates how to create mouthwatering small plates full of the season's most vibrant flavors. Elevate your meals with fresh, local ingredients and learn tips on how to cook like a professional chef. Field-to-fork food from Farmhouse to your house. Seats and tastings are limited. First 100 attendees [...]Find out more
Do you love cooking with delicious herbs? In preparation for your fall recipes, learn how to make your very own herb planter with expert horticulturist, Suzanne Hetrick. She will provide you with step-by-step tutorial with care and maintenance instructions. Workshop fee is $100, includes cement container (optional stencil container painting), soil, fall assorted herbs, along [...]Find out more
Roger’s Gardens horticulturist, David Rizzo, will discuss everything edible, including vegetables, herbs, fruits, berries and more. Emphasis this month will cover, but will not be limited to, topics such as, care of warm season tomatoes, other vegetables and herbs, as well as planting cool season tomatoes. He will lead a lively and interactive discussion about [...]Find out more
Join Visual Creative, Aimee Goodwin, and Horticulturist/Original Designs Designer, Kathleen Nestell, as they guide you with step-by-step instructions on how to make your very own Kokedama. Kokedama translates to “moss ball” and is a form of Japanese garden art. Their root systems are wrapped in moss and bound with string, turning them into a sculpture [...]Find out more
Orange County has a great climate for Plumerias. Enjoy a seminar presented by the South Coast Plumeria Society on "Plumerias, the Hawaiian Lei Flower in Southern California." Plumeria experts will discuss the history of Plumerias and various care, culture, and propagation techniques of these popular plants. Experts will offer advice about Plumeria nutrition, pest control, [...]Find out more