N6548 429th St Menomonie, WI 54751 Ph. 715-231-3901
Hours of operation: Wed-Sat 10am-5pm Sunday 11am-5pm
*Gift Certificates are available year round*
Bobolink Nursery Gardening Club
The Gardening Club was a success in 2013 and we will continue the club for 2014! The club will meet on the 2nd Monday of the months of April, May, and June at 5:30 pm. These will be approximately 1 hour seminars that will include topics or fun projects relevant to the season and our industry along with a question and answer period with Dan and Amy. Join us for a fun, educational time and lots of laughs!
Cost is $30.00 per person
This includes the three seminars, a new pair of Atlas nitrile gloves, and a Club T-shirt. Every time you come to shop put on your t-shirt to enjoy a 10% discount on everything!
We're not trying to be mean, we just want you to come out and enjoy planting up your own containers and baskets while leaving the mess and growing to us!
You can bring in your own containers (minimum 10" diameter) or purchase any from our available merchandise. All containers MUST be void of any old soil and plant material (pests, diseases, and those darn weeds come riding along like they own the place!). Cost varies based on quantities and varieties of plants purchased and soil used. It is great fun and a way to warm up in the greenhouses and get dirty!
Saturday April 12th, 2014 9:30 am- 5 pm
This is a great project for a Bridal Shower and a Spring/Summer wedding. What better gift than planting the flowers for the ceremony? FYI, that's lemonade in Lacey's glass! :)
How to Really Know what you are buying!!
Saturday March 29th, 2014 10:00 am
We will cover some products that our customers have had most of their questions on, or just are not sure what to do! A few topics are fruit trees, grass seed, potting soil, and chemicals. Are you getting what you pay for? We will go over the differences that you, as a consumer, need to be looking for. This is a completely informational seminar.
Saturday May 3rd, 9:00 am
Love to garden, but hate to weed? Sick of caring for your tomatoes all season long just to have them get blight right before you want to harvest? We will go over the how-to's of straw bale gardening. We will cover both traditional and organic methods. This is a great way to garden if you don't like to weed, bend over, or prep your soil.
Make Your Own Fairy Garden!!
Saturday June 7th, 9:00 am
Let's have some fun making these adorable miniature gardens! Each and every one is unique! Groups welcome!