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Thieneman’s Late Winter Class Series, 2009


It’s time to look beyond the cold – a little bit of dirt in your hands, the green smells of growing plants, and some planning for your upcoming gardening year can help chase the winter grays for sure. Thieneman’s can help you turn winter into spring with our Late Winter Classes – and be advised that these classes can fill up quickly, so advance registration and payment is required. For registration or for more information, you can call Peggy at (502)640-2039 or visit (go to coconut’s corner, and then the classes button in the top right of the page) for a printable registration form.

Friday Feb. 6th, Saturday Feb. 7th, Friday Feb. 20th, Saturday Feb. 21st Sowing Seeds & Taking Cuttings, 10:00 a.m.
Once again, we’re sharing our green space with you! Peggy and Thieneman’s staffers will show you how to sow seed and take cuttings from our stock plants, and you’ll keep what you plant. We’ll even grow your baby plants till April in one of our greenhouses. Single session class; $30.00 fee includes all materials.

Friday Feb. 13th , Saturday Feb. 14th Planting Your Trough Garden, 10:00 a.m.

Learn to design a miniature, movable landscape for your hypertufa trough or other favorite container. We’ll show you how to use different succulents, miniature plants, alpines, and dwarf conifers in to make a little “world in miniature.” Single session class is free – plants and containers will be available for purchase.

Friday Feb. 27th, Saturday Feb. 28th Gardens that Multitask, 10:00 a.m.
The garden word we’ve been hearing this year is veggies! But, not all of us have room for a traditional vegetable garden. In this class, we’ll discuss ways to make a garden work harder, mixing vegetables and herbs in with the perennials and annuals. Plus, we’ll include a coupon to get you started. Single session class, $30.00 fee includes a coupon for six free plants – your choice of any combination of 4” perennials, herbs, or vegetables.

Friday March 6th, Saturday March 7th Sow Your Own Salad, 10:00 a.m.
Springtime means “green”, and what better way to celebrate the new season than with fresh, home-grown salad? We’ll show you how to grow container greens at home, and different ways to use them for the table. Single session class, $30.00 fee includes all materials, including a 12” planter that you will plant and take home, plus samples of and recipes for spring salads and dressings.

Saturday March 7th Preview of Coming Attractions, 1:00 p.m.

What’s new this year? Come on back to the farm, and we’ll show you what! This preview will give you an opportunity to see the new and unusual plant varieties that will be available this season, and think about how they might work in your garden. (Some varieties may be available for purchase, if they’re ready!)
Free, no registration necessary.

And don’t forget – our retail garden center opens for the season on March 15th – hope to see you here!

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Hours: Please call before visiting, our hours could change due to farmer’s markets, special events, etc.
Address: 315 Colonel Cox Road South 40013  ( Google Maps Link )
Phone #: 502-296-1499
Thieneman’s Greenhaus is a family owned and operated garden center, located in beautiful Coxs Creek, KY.
Two years ago we took a leap of faith and decided to relocate our garden center after the family farm sold.
We found a picturesque 10 acre farm just south of Mt Washington and we started settling in. After not quite 2 years now, we still feel like we’re moving in. But we thankfully didn’t have to skip a season.
We had a great first year, and it looks like we’ll have a great second year. We are extremely thankful our loyal customers followed us, and a bunch of new people have found us too.
We have been specializing in herbs and perennials for almost 60 years. Our herb collection is probably the largest in the area. For 15 years now we have grown a large variety of heirloom tomatoes, peppers and veggies. And we have a great love for succulents as well, our collection is ever growing.Our goal is to be your favorite local garden center known for unusual and hard to find plants. We love our plants!!