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In the Garden

How Does Your Garden Grow?

by Cory Marie Podielski on March 17, 2016

in Class Picks, Featured Classes, In the Garden

As the mountain landscape becomes greener every day, many of us are planning and planting our home gardens. This spring and summer, we offer several classes to help you cultivate your crops and enjoy the fruits of your harvest in the kitchen.

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Spring is so close, you can feel it in the air! The recent beautiful weather in Brasstown has us thinking about all the exciting upcoming 2016 classes that take us out into the natural world to explore plants, animals, and the Appalachian landscape. Enjoy these class picks celebrating the great outdoors and join us this […]

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Each evening, one of nature’s botanical wonders, the Tina James Magic Primrose is putting on quite a show at dusk in the Vegetable Garden and behind the Painting Studio. In today’s age, folks congregate to watch movies, or concerts, or lectures, but not usually a plant. It’s strange and fantastic to see small groups of […]

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How Does Your Homestead Grow?

by Cory Marie Podielski on May 5, 2015

in Featured Classes, In the Garden

As lush greenery is filling in the landscape, many of us are planning and planting our home gardens. This summer we are offering four great Weekend Classes that will help you to expand and grow your gardens. A new class by local farmer Jen Stockbridge of Stockbridge Farms in Andrews, NC, will teach you all […]

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Japanese aesthetic philosophy inspires us all the way from the Far East to the Folk School. Radically different from Western design, Japanese design principles mesh especially well with the Folk School due to an emphasis on simplicity, unobtrusive beauty, function, irregularity, weathered textures, nature, and tranquility. Cultivate a bonsai, write a haiku, try Ikebana flower arranging, learn about traditional […]

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