Spring is in full swing! To celebrate this magical season, Watters Garden Center is hosting its 59th Spring Open House the weekend of March 12-14. Meet the growers that produce Watters plants as they travel directly from the farm to share their insider tips and tricks of the trade. This year’s newest fruit trees, roses, flower baskets, with unusual perennial colors are unveiled for the 2021 planting season. “It’s been fun growing up in the family business and watching the nursery grow with the community.” McKenzie Lain, 3rd generation owner.
Friday, March 12th starts off the celebration with a 3 pm Happy Hour only with plants. This special Friday afternoon garden class kicks off our 2021 Spring Open House by showcasing the first blooming colors of spring many have never been seen until now: salvias, pansies, gaillardia, and more. “We are excited to introduce the 2021 newest introductions at this year’s start of the season,” Ken Lain, owner.
Saturday, March 13th features a free, fun, information-packed class and demonstration at 9:30 am. Participants learn directly from the growers in the know about the newest plants along with local favorites, along with tricks of the trade for a more successful garden this spring. Experts are on hand to help with container gardens, local pest issues, rose and vegetable questions all weekend!
Sunday, March 14th – Ken and Lisa Lain, Mountain Gardener radio show, are live at the garden center and sharing their garden secrets from 10 to 2 pm.
“We load the garden center with botanical beauty for this annual event; gardeners will simply fall in love with this year’s colors,” says Lisa Watters-Lain, 2nd generation owner. Open to the garden public, this weekend-long event features giveaways, impromptu gardening classes, 2021 plant introductions, and local advice for gardeners at all skill levels.
Watters Garden Center is a locally owned and operated garden center that specializes in providing avid gardeners and novices alike with the expertise and products to get things growing in the mountains of Arizona.