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Let’s Grow Our Community With LaManda Joy From Peterson Garden Project

2013.08.26-LaManda Joy copy (1) Fall Creek Gardens is bringing award-winning Master Gardener, author, Peterson Garden Project founder and executive director, LaManda Joy, to Indy on Saturday, May 21, 2016, 7pm – 9pm. This community event features an interactive discussion with LaManda on community gardens and how they enhance cities and the lives it touches through social interactions and accessibility to fresh food. The event […]

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Learn how to garden this winter with FCG!

FallCreekGardensContent-1 Fall Creek Gardens and the Indiana Organic Gardeners Association (IOGA) are excited to present our 4th annual winter class series:   Organic Gardening for Beginners Our four-part class series features one class each month from January through April–preparing you to grow your very own organic garden this spring!  Register for all four classes before February […]

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What Have We Been Up To?

Fall Creek Gardens 2014 Whew! It’s been a busy summer and things here at the Gardens are speeding right along. Here’s a snapshot of our recent activity: 1. Organic gardeners love our classes! In July, attendees were able to learn about: Gardening with Native Plants, taught by Tom Hohman with Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society. Organic Pest Control […]

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Summer Solstice Celebration!

page-0 Have you heard? We’re throwing a party! Presenting our first annual Summer Solstice Celebration at Fall Creek Gardens–and YOU are invited! Don’t wait!  Buy your tickets here: http://summersolsticetickets.eventbrite.com Of course, we know how busy the month of June can be…. Even if you cannot attend, you can still be a part of OR OR 

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Winter Class Series open for Registration!

Frosted flowers Organic Gardening for Beginners–Winter Classes Start your 2014 garden with confidence!  Join Fall Creek Gardens and the Indiana Organic Gardeners Association for a four-part class series on the fundamentals of organic gardening.  Learn from local experts, meet other area gardeners, ask questions, share tips, and get ready for spring! Classes are divided into four topics, […]

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