Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Natchez Glen Rose Workshop- Franklin, TN

Over the past few years I've developed a passion for gardening.  I've always enjoyed filling my home with indoor plants, but gardening outdoors was something I struggled with.


I dreamed of having my own cutting garden and enhancing the look of my yard.  So I took that dream and began researching the internet.  The internet is filled with forums to help you grow successfully.  


I found blogs to follow and lots of inspiration on Instagram.  Then one day I stumbled across Steve, from Natchez Glen.


Natchez Glen is located minutes from downtown Franklin,TN.  Steve the owner is an enthusiastic gardening expert.  He is very knowledgeable and happily answers your gardening questions.
  
Earlier this summer, my daughter and I drove from Atlanta to attend one of his rose workshops.  We learned about planting, pruning, how to control pests and tips to grow beautiful roses.


Steve grows roses and dahlias, as well as hundreds of unique and spectacular trees.


The property is beautiful; imagine picturesque rolling hills, blue skies and lush green grass.


If you're local, you can make a reservation to cut flowers into late October.


My daughter and I had such a wonderful weekend in Tennessee.  It was so neat to meet Steve and his family after following each other on Instagram.

  
To learn more about Natchez Glen, please visit the website.  You can also follow along on Instagram @natchezglenhouse.


3 comments:

  1. I bet that was a wonderful trip, Brandi! Steve's flowers are so lush and full - absolutely stunning! I hope you got to take some home with you!

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  2. Hi Brandi,
    It has been way too long since I stopped by to visit with you! Sounds like you learned so much during your visit with Steve and the rose workshop. Gardening is a very rewarding experience especially when you get beautiful results.

    Thank you for your visit and comment :)
    Kindly, Lorraine

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  3. I love that you want to grow a garden. I have always been just the opposite of you. I can grow just about anyting outside but when it comes to house plants I'm terrible. The only plants in my house that are green are silk, LOL.

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