Pre-registration required for popular Kruckeberg classes: Mindfulness or Ferns or Wreaths

Monday, September 30, 2019

Pathway at Kruckeberg Garden
Photo by Wayne Pridemore


Taught by Jessica Hancock, ND. While we slowly stroll through the garden, we will engage with our senses to open and deepen our connection to the wonder and healing power of nature. This class will utilize elements of mindfulness meditation and shinrin-yoku (Japanese Forest Bathing) to help ground and calm mind, body and spirit.

Jessica Hancock, ND, is a naturopathic physician and co-teacher at Mindful in the Wild. She utilizes mindful healing approaches in her private practice in Shoreline.

Kruckeberg Members $25 | Non-members $35. Registration is required.

FERN PROPAGATION WORKSHOP - NOVEMBER 9, 2019 - 10:30am – 12:30pm

Are you interested in learning how to grow more ferns? Come to the garden and learn the fine art of fern propagation with one of our staff horticulturists, Heidi Koonz. She will discuss fern morphology and life cycles, and how the propagation process works. Class participants will go home with some new ferns to nurture as well as the skills they need to produce more plants.

Kruckeberg Members $25 | Non-members $35. Registration is required.

10:30am – 11:30am or 12:30pm – 1:30pm or 2pm – 3pm

Create a festive wreath to brighten your winter days with a diverse array of locally-sourced greenery. 

Whether or not you’ve crafted a wreath before, our veteran instructors will be there to guide and inspire as you complete your own unique design.

All craft materials will be provided, including pruning shears to share (optional: bring your own gardening gloves to protect your hands from sap or holly). 

This seasonal favorite fills up fast and pre-registration is required. Three session times to choose from. This class will be held indoors. 

Kruckeberg Members $25 | Non-members $35. Registration is required. Will be online in October.


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