Fall is nearing and we are preparing for the Pacific Northwest hibernation. Just because we are moving indoors doesn’t mean that we have to miss out on green growing things. Using tropical houseplants we will create a lovely living indoor landscape to hang on your wall.

Back by popular demand, join us to make an Air Plant Jellyfish. Low-maintenance, quirky air plants, which grow without the need for soil, are proving to be popular houseplants. Learn more about Air Plants and how they grow while creating your own jellyfish masterpiece through this fun and easy project.

A scavenger hunt is a fun way to encourage young gardeners to practive using their observation skills and engage all of their senses. We will use a nature scavenger hunt picture checklist to make new discoveries throughout your yard and neighborhood, and create a nature bracelet out of collected natural materials during your hunt. If you can find everything on the list, bring it back to any Al's store between August 22nd and September 10th for a free plant prize!

The summer months are upon us and the heat is making you thirsty. Why not just go out to your garden a pick exactly what you need for a nice refreshing mojito? This workshop will provide you with the fresh herbs you need to create some great thirst-quenching beverages.

Summer is here and many beautiful butterflies are starting to emerge with the warmer weather. Invite them into your yard with a colorful beach bucket, planted with colorful and fragrant plants that attract butterflies.

To help get you in the right beachy, tropical mindset we are creating sunny pineapples from Jester Crown ferns. We will be using the kokedama method to contain the roots and soil of the fern. This cute project can be displayed many ways and is happy inside and out in the sunny summer months. Get ready to get a little messy!