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Ploughshares Nursery
A social enterprise of
Alameda Point Collaborative
2701 Main Street
Alameda, CA 94501
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  • May 30th Workshop: Reduce Water Use

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  • Saturday May 2nd ‘All About Flower Baskets’

    Saturday May 2nd 12 noon at Ploughshares Nursery 2701 Main St. Alameda CA, FREE workshop ‘All About Flower Baskets!’ Join Ploughshare’s Bonnie Howard for a fun filled hour planting flower baskets and learning the tricks for keeping them thriving and beautiful!   Read More

  • Drought Tolerant Landscapes, Designing with Succulents

    Saturday April 18th 11a.m. FREE WORKSHOP at Ploughshares Nursery ‘Designing with Succulents’ Succulent plants are everyone’s ‘go to’ plant for those serious about water conservation.  Join us at Ploughshares for a discussion of the origin of succulents, methods for integrating them into the garden design and how to care for them so they thrive and […] Read More

  • Growing Plants from Cuttings Workshop

    Saturday April 11th 11a.m. FREE WORKSHOP at Ploughshares Nursery ‘Propagating Plants from Cuttings’ At the end of this workshop you should be able to go home with a few simple tools and materials, and be able to propagate various plants from cuttings! Vegetative propagation is an excellent way to increase the numbers of plants in […] Read More

  • GROWING AWESOME TOMATOES

    Saturday April 4th 11a.m. FREE WORKSHOP at Ploughshares Nursery –‘GROWING AWESOME TOMATOES’– Everything you need to know to grow awesome tomatoes in the East Bay’s cool climate. This one hour workshop opens with discussion of the origin and characteristics of everyone’s favorite garden plant followed by demonstration of planting techniques, pruning and proper watering. If […] Read More

  • March 2015 Workshops!

    Saturday March 14th from 11am to 12:30 pm. FREE workshop at Ploughshares Nursery, 2701 Main St. Alameda, CA. 510 755 1102 Fruit Tree Care; Join Ploughshares Nursery’s Jeff Bridge for a hands on demonstration of pruning citrus and other fruit trees as well as discussion on ‘best practices’ for caring for fruit trees such as […] Read More

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