Find Your Green Thumb With Craftsy Gardening Classes!

Posted by on Jul 11, 2014 in All, Cake Decorating, Crocheting, Drawing, Embroidery, Fiber Arts and Felting, Food & Cooking, Gardening, Jewelry Making, Knitting, Painting, Paper Crafts, Photography, Quilting, Sewing, Spinning, Weaving, Woodworking | Comments


Craftsy is going green! Whether you’re a passionate landscaper or looking to expand your horticulture knowledge, you can start exploring the great outdoors with our fun, fresh online gardening classes. We’re digging deep to bring you two new classes, bounteous with learning and discoveries: Create a secret garden in your own backyard with a FREE mini-class and grow farmers market-worthy produce with our heirloom tomato class. And these classes are only the beginning!

So, get ready to grow your garden, filling it with blooming flowers and fresh produce, with the new collection of Craftsy gardening classes!

Transform Your Garden Design

Transform Your Garden Design

Make your garden the envy of all your neighbors — without an expensive overhaul! Join expert gardener Rebecca Sweet in this FREE mini-class and learn to see your garden through new eyes. With her guidance, you’ll elevate your uninspired or chaotic garden to one filled with harmonious color, texture & form.

Click here to join the FREE mini-class Transform Your Garden Design right away!

Growing Heirloom Tomatoes

Growing Heirloom Tomatoes

Grow healthy heirloom tomatoes every year! Learn how to nurture your seedlings, properly feed your plants, keep pests away & more. With step-by-step instruction from gardening expert Marie Iannotti, you’ll unlock a whole new world of flavor and grow the most delicious tomatoes in your neighborhood!

Sign up for Growing Heirloom Tomatoes right now to save 25%!

Remember, we’re just getting started! Sign up (free!) for Craftsy, and stay up to date on the release of all our amazing gardening classes. We promise, the grass is greener on the Craftsy class side!

Click here to join the fun!

Is your thumb more brown than green? Share your biggest gardening woe in the comments section!