Sky Nursery invites our young friends to become part of Sky's Junior Gardeners Club! Joining the club is FREE for young people (ages kindergarten through grade 6) who are interested in the wonderful world of gardening.
The quarterly club newsletter includes informational articles on everything from vegetables to bird life, fun games, recipes, craft ideas, and exciting gardening activities.
Ask Professor Pansy...
Professor Pansy loves plants and gardens, and she loves to share what she knows. If you've got a questions. She would love to help. Just ask.
Month by Month Calendar
We've got lots of fun stuff planned for 2017! Click here to check out all of our events and free gifts for 2017, so your family can plan ahead for the year.
Become a Jr. Gardener
Get in on the fun! The Junior Gardeners Club is for all local kids in K-6th grade. To join, just come on in to Sky Nursery to pick up a free Junior Gardener membership card! Junior Gardeners can use their cards to get a special free gift each month, and all kids ages 5-12 are invited to join us for gardening events. Check out our downloadable newsletter (below) for more information.
Answers from Professor Pansy
Now that it's winter, Professor Pansy is starting to catch up on some of the wonderful questions Junior Gardeners asked earlier this year. This time, she's answering questions about how roots grow, the very first plants people ever planted, how to choose the right shovel, and how trees make the oxygen that people need to breathe. Check it out here!
Plant Potatoes! Sunday, March 12th at 2:00pm
Do you know how potatoes grow? Let's plant some together! We'll plant potatoes in cardboard boxes that you can bring home. You can plant the box right in your garden or a big container. The potato plants will grow and make lots of potatoes to harvest! This activity will cost $6.63 to help cover the cost of supplies. Come on in or give us a call to register.
Download our winter newsletter
Our winter newsletter is here! Learn all about winter garden birds, how to take care of indoor plants in the winter, kids who make a big difference by planting trees together, and more! You can look at it on the web here, download a printer-friendly version here, or visit our Jr. Gardeners Headquarters in the greenhouse to pick up a paper copy.