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Greenfield, Wisconsin

4930 W. LOOMIS RD.

(414) 282-4220

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Join us for an evening of helpful tips and info presented by our Annual Plants Supervisor Sara Cooper & Perennial Plants Supervisor Amy Gauger.

We end the season just like we started it... with a party!  Join us as we close out the season with free food and end-of-the-season close out specials.

Thursday, April 27th  6pm - 7pm

The Basics to a Beautiful Garden


Thursday, May 4th  6pm - 7pm

Hydrangeas for Our Climate

Thursday, May 18th  6pm - 7pm

Thursday, May 25th  6pm - 7pm

$10 per child - Please register

Happy & Healthy Soil

Saturday, May 6th  10am - 2pm

6th Annual Spring Kick-Off Party!

Hydrangea extraordinaire, Carole Kincaid will talk about what Hydrangeas grow best in our Wisconsin climate as well as how to properly maintain them.

Bluemel's marquee event marks the start of the growing season.  We'll be grilling up free brats and doling out our famous Bluemel Bucks!

Thursday, May 11th  5pm - 7pm

Paint & Plant a Pot for Mom

Fun for all ages.  Make mom a gift to remember!  Hosted by KitscheCoo Art & Craft Shed.

Purple Cow Organics explains the importance of having soil that is rich with nutrients and biology.  Learn how to improve your soil for optimum plant performance.

Straw Bale Gardening

Join Joey & Holly Baird of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener as they discuss how and why growing your veggies in straw bales is a growing trend.

Thursday, June 1st  6pm - 7pm

Everything You Need to Know About Roses

June is National Rose Month and what better way to honor it than to bring in the Milwaukee Rose Society to share their wealth of rose knowledge?

Thursday, June 8th  6pm - 7pm

Carole Kincaid from the Herb Society of Wisconsin will show you how to incorporate annuals, perennials, & herbs to make stunning container gardens.

Thursday, June 15th  5pm - 7pm

Paint a Birdhouse for Dad

$10 per child - Please register

Fun for all ages.  Paint dad an awesome birdhouse to hang in the yard!  Hosted by KitscheCoo Art & Craft Shed.

Thursday, June 22nd  6pm - 7pm

Proper Shrub Maintenance

Our shrub supplier, Mariani Nursery will be on hand to instruct you on proper shrub planting, watering, fertilizing, pruning, and overwintering.

Thursday, June 29th  6pm - 7pm

Holly Baird of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener will present the basics of canning your own fruits & vegetables.

Bluemel's staffer & beekeeper Mj Zvara will be introducing you to the exciting hobby of beekeeping.


Conatiner Gardening Strategies

Deer Resistant Plants

Thursday, July 6th  6pm - 7pm

Invasive Plants Study

UW-Extension Master Gardener Mary Voelker will be giving you a heads-up on what plants to watch out for as well as how you can control some of these

stubborn and annoying plants.

Thursday, July 13th  6pm - 7pm

Patio Building 101

Thursday, July 20th  6pm - 7pm

Hostas & Other Shady Characters

Glenn Herold, President of the Midwest Regional Hosta Society will be highlighting the many Hosta varieties on the market as well as many other awesome plants for shaded areas.

Thursday, July 27th  6pm - 7pm

Glenn Herold's Top 25

You simply can't go wrong with these top 25 performing plants!  Presented by the President of the Midwest Regional Hosta Society, Glenn Herold.

Thursday, August 3rd  6pm - 7pm

Intro to Permaculture

Thursday, August 10th  6pm - 7pm

Building a Rain Garden

Thursday, August 17th  6pm - 7pm

Can U Can? Yes U Can!

Thursday, August 24th  6pm - 7pm

Beekeeping 101

Saturday, September 16th  10am - 1pm

Fall Customer Appreciation Day

Our Landscape Department  will let you in on some of the tips & techniques for building your own brick patio including planning, prep, and install.

There's nothing more frustrating and heartbreaking than discovering deer feasting on your flower or vegetable garden.  Pat Roberts ,  UW-Extension Master Gardener will share with you the many plants that deer dislike, as well as how you can utilize them to protect your gardens.

What exactly is a rain garden?  What purpose do they serve?  What plants are used?  UW-Extension Master Gardener Mary Voelker will explain.

Learn how to develop a garden that can be sustainable and self-sufficient as our guest permaculture enthusiast Jeremy Brown introduces the principles of a well-balanced ecosystem.