• 10:00AM – SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14: Designing with Ornamental Grasses

    @Mahoney’s Winchseter – Ornamental grasses are increasingly popular in today’s landscape, and for good reason. They bring qualities of line, motion and sound to the garden. They are low maintenance, drought tolerant once established, and offer a long season of interest. We’ll consider ways to integrate these fun, easy care perennials into your landscape.   SIGN UP [...]...

  • 10:00AM – SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21: Creating Fall and Winter Interest in the Garden

    @Mahoneys Winchester – The end of summer doesn’t mean the end of color and interest in the garden. There are wonderful trees and shrubs that offer fall leaf colors ranging from soft butter yellows, to oranges and fiery reds. When their leaves drop, many reveal interesting architecture and exfoliating bark to keep your attention throughout the [...]...

  • 10:00AM – SATURDAY OCTOBER 5: PRUNING, HOW WHY AND WHEN

    @Mahoney’s Winchester – Pruning – does it strike fear into your heart? There is no need to be intimidated. We’ll discuss the how’s, why’s and when of basic pruning techniques for trees, shrubs and perennials. You will leave with the skills and confidence to tackle those overgrown shrubs and keep your garden neat and tidy. SIGN [...]...

  • 10:00AM – SATURDAY OCTOBER 12: Rethinking Foundation Plantings

    @Mahoney’s Winchester – Coming home to a house that is accented with appropriately scaled trees and shrubs is a joy. Well chosen foundation plantings create a sense of welcome and can significantly increase the value of your property. Come explore attractive and low maintenance plant choices that will update the look of your home. We’ll [...]...

  • 1:00PM – SATURDAY OCTOBER 12: PREPARING ROSES FOR WINTER

    @Mahoney’s Winchester – Join Jeanette, our resident rose expert to learn all you need to know about preparing your roses for winter. Q&A welcome! SIGN UP HERE   Location Mahoney’s Garden Centers 242 Cambridge St Winchester , MA 01890 ...

  • 10:00AM – SATURDAY OCT 19: Putting the Garden to Bed

    @Mahoney’s Winchester – Preparing the garden for its winter hibernation will help things look their best next spring. Learn techniques for dividing, transplanting and cutting back perennials; planting bulbs; protecting vulnerable plant material; adding organic matter; and other hints that will elevate your garden to new heights when spring arrives. We’ll discuss the value of [...]...