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Copper-clad planter from Handmade Garden Projects by Lorene Edwards Forkner. Photo: Alan Mandell

Join Pacific Horticulture and Roger Reynolds Nursery and Carriage Stop in Menlo Park, California, for a series of late-summer, hands-on workshops and learn how to create simple handmade garden elements.  PHS Pros— designers, landscape architects, writers, artists, and passionate amateur gardeners—share their knowledge and tips for furnishing your outdoor space and show you how to create a colorful and inviting landscape, late summer into fall.

With its shady corners and towering redwood grove, Roger Reynolds Nursery offers an ideal late-summer setting for our workshop series.  A long-time regional favorite of gardeners and garden lovers, it is located on the San Francisco Peninsula with easy access from freeways and major streets.

Craft rustic, stone-like hypertufa containers from basic hardware store materials.

For further details and to register online follow individual workshop links.

Hypertufa Containers
July 20, 2013, 11:30 a...

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