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Develop Your Green Thumb With A Little Help From The Columbus Garden School

Is there anything more relaxing than gardening?

I say this as a person who isn’t particularly talented when it comes to plants, but it’s a peaceful hobby whether you’re good at it or not, and that’s what I love about it! Luckily for me, places like the Columbus Garden School exist.

The Columbus Garden School helps you learn practical garden skills, all while you get your hands a little dirty and reconnect with nature. The school offers fun, practical classes complete with eco-friendly gardening methods.

From starting seeds to creating compost, students of the Columbus Garden School learn how to garden in a more sustainable and self-sufficient way.

Columbus Garden School is offering a variety of classes, even in the dead of winter. Classes include Planning Your Four-Season Garden, Organic Vegetable Gardening, Native Plants in the Residential Landscape, Basic Pruning Skills, Seed-Starting, Composting, Beekeeping 101/201, Raising Egg Hens, and so much more.

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The school has a large DIY demonstration garden where students can get their hands dirty, which is the best way to learn how to garden!

The class sizes are small, mostly limited to 6-12 students. Classes are offered all year long, so even if you aren’t ready to dive in quite yet, you’ll find something fun to learn.

If you’re interested in gardening advice but not taking classes, you should give the Columbus Garden School blog a look. Founder Tisa Watts offers all kinds of tips, tricks, and insights to keeping that green thumb, well, green!

If you’d like to learn more about the Columbus Garden School, you can follow them on Facebook or visit their website here.