Events & Classes
A consistent offering of events & classes is what makes Weidner’s stand out amongst the others! Not only do we provide you with all of your garden needs but we also make a point to educate our customers on how to best maintain their plants.
Our Classes & Events
2019 Upcoming Class & Event Schedule
Gardening with Australian, South African and New Zealand perennials
Saturday, February 16thth at 10:00 am
Come and meet Joe Walker, owner of Obra Verde Growers, and learn how to use Australian, South African and New Zealand perennials in the garden. These drought tolerant, unique and bright beauties deserve a spot in every garden. Don’t miss out on this chance to learn from a pro.
Whimsical Fairy Garden Art
Saturday, February 23rd at 10:00 am
Please join Karina Pratt in making adorable fairy gardens using fairies, gnomes, tillandsias, Spanish moss, bark and other natural elements. Class is free but please RSVP to Weidner’s Gardens -760 436 2194
Brijette Romstedt with San Diego Seed Company: Seed Sowing Class
Saturday, March 2nd at 10:00 am
Become a seed starting expert by attending our seed starting workshop. You will get hands on experience on how to start your vegetable, flower and herb seeds for your spring garden. Participants will take home a seed starting tray that we will plant up during the workshop and the confidence that they can produce high quality starts with local seeds from San Diego Seed Company. Tickets are $15.00 dollars and that covers all the supplies you need to get your garden going with local, organic seeds! Purchase tickets through Weidner’s Garden.
Steve Goto: Grow Organic Tomatoes
Saturday, March 9th at 10:00 am
Join us for a relaxing talk on how to grow tomatoes organically. Learn what it takes to grow the best flavored fruit. We will discuss the 5 W’s of soils, fertilizers, organic amendments, insects and disease issues. We will also discuss advantages of planting in the ground vs in a container. The talk will be about an hour with a Q and A at the end. Please, bring your hardest questions.
Mia McCarville owner of Mia’s Garden: Summer Vegetables
Saturday, March 9th at 2:00 pm
We are getting better at growing tomatoes thanks to the gurus like Steve Goto. What about cucumber, squash, peppers and beans? The nasty powdery mildew and invisible bugs (actually visible if you know what to look for). Come join Mia McCarville and learn everything you need to know about summer vegetable gardening.
Randy Richie of Malibu Compost: How to Grow an Amazing, Organic Garden at Home
Saturday, March 10th at 2:00 pm
Organic gardening. What is it? How do I do it and can I do it at home? Let Randy Richie with Malibu Compost expand your gardening knowledge and learn how this important approach makes such a big difference to the term farm-to-table!
4″ Fuchsias regular price: $5.99
February Special: 3 for $12.00
10″ Cineraria baskets regular price: $22.49
February Special: 2 for $35.00
Offer valid through 2/28/19. Cannot be combined with any other offer.